Duke Librarians Arianne Hartsell-Gundy and Danette Pachtner are available to support your work in World of Korean Cinema. This guide serves as a gateway to resources and services from Duke Libraries.
Research Guide for Film Studies by Duke Librarian, Danette Pachtner
Research Guide for Literature in English by Duke Librarian, Arianne Hartsell-Gundy
More Research Guides from Duke Librarians
IMDB is a great source for finding more info about a film -- director, cast, production and box office information. You can then use this info to find movie reviews and scholarly articles about your film.
Don't forget about Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery. Library staff do their best to get the materials that you need from libraries throughout the United States and around the world. If you find a book or journal/magazine article that we don't have in our collection, go ahead and submit a Interlibrary request right away. Depending on where the staff locate your request, it could take anywhere from 3 days to 3 weeks or more.
How do I submit a request? First, you need to create an account. To do that, go to Interlibrary Requests and click on the "Request a Title" link. Once you create an account, you can simply use your netID and password to submit requests.
Columbia Film Language Glossary - The Film Language Glossary is developed and maintained by the Columbia Center for Teaching & Learning for the purpose of promoting and advancing education and scholarship related to film and media studies. Other uses are not authorized by Columbia University. Inquiries about copyright or other matters may be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a sampling of eBooks in Duke's collection: