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RU 13186 — Contemporary Russian Cinema from Perestroika to Putin Country_

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The following are selected BEST BETS to help you begin your research. To access these and many more databases search the Hesburgh Library ND Catalog 

ARTICLES

Academic Search Premier 
Provides access to articles in scholarly journals from 1984 to current. To search for film reviews, use "Advanced" search mode and select the field "Reviews and Products" from the drop down menu.

Expanded Academic ASAP
Provides access to articles in scholarly journals from 1980 to current. Use subject keywords like Film Criticism, Russian Films, or by film title, director etc.

Film Literature Index
Provides access to electronic journals and full text articles managed through EBSCO host

Google Scholar
Search by film title, Russian Cinema, Russian Film (etc)

NEWSPAPERS

Nexis Uni (formerly LexisNexis Academic)
Includes newspapers, web-based publications, magazines and journals and more.

Proquest Historical Newspapers
Includes articles and reviews. Search by newspaper or film title

The New York Times (Proquest Historical Newspapers)
Includes articles and reviews. Search by newspaper or name of film


To access other newspaper databases, type their names into the ND Catalog or go directly to the Newspaper Databases