Why Libraries and
Institutions should subscribe
The Complete Index to World Film
since 1895 contains information on over
produced in most countries of the world between 1888 and
2015. In addition, there are over 576,000 references to
books and journals and virtually all of these publications
are held in our library. Subscription is only available to
libraries and institutions and the version provided contains
What does The Complete Index to World Film since 1895 offer that is different from other movie databases that may be
accessed at no cost?
Well, first and foremost CITWF can be accessed free as well.
You do so with the knowledge, though, that it is based on
published materials and not on information sent in by the
public. It has provenance. You know also that with 507,364
plus films it can be compared with any other movie database
on the Internet. It also contains thousands of films not
found in other databases.
Basically, CITWF is a first stop reference tool. In seconds,
from a Simple Search, you get the film details and
references to published material. You may also use the
Advanced Search and build a query across several fields.
Again, you have your answer in seconds. For this to work
well, it needs to be a comprehensive work and with
507,364 films (> 741,141 film names), you know this database has the substance.
Subscription costs £150/€175/$225 a year and is provided via
IP addresses. Trials of the full database easily arranged.
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