Cinema and Audiences Research Project (CAARP) includes information on film screenings, companies and venues from three case studies:

  • Film release patterns in South Australia after the introduction of sound in 1928
  • Migrant cinema circuits and audiences, 1949-1980
  • The cultural experiences of rural audiences in NSW

Cinema Context Database consists of four data collections that inform us about the fundamentals of Dutch film culture: films, cinemas, people and companies. Not only can you find information here about who, what, where and when: you can also analyse this information and study patterns and networks.

Early London Film Businesses The London Project is a major study of the film business in London, 1894-1914, organised by the AHRB Centre for British Film and Television Studies. The London Project has produced a searchable database documenting cinemas and film businesses in London before the First World War.

The Williamsburg Theater Project is an online archive of evidence about movie-going—and daily cultural life more generally—across the twentieth century in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, a small, mid-Atlantic town that is also simultaneously an iconic American location.

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