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Archives & Online Resources

 Find a list of film archives, journals and online resources here.

Black Film Archive

Black Film Archive is a living register of Black films. In its current iteration, it showcases Black films made from 1915 to 1979 currently streaming:

Feminist Filmmaking

Feminist Feminismen an der dffb 1966-85 (Feminisms at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin), Essay by Madeleine Bernstorff and Films:

Roma Representation

Digital archive for Romani arts and cultures:

Curated film section of the RomArchive:

Pedagogical Tools and Training Curriculum:

Films made by and about Roma:

FOCUS! Roma youth cinema project:

European Roma Institute of the Arts:

Roma Visual Lab:

Critical Romani Studies:

African Cinema

June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive:

Film Programme by the Africa Institute, in collaboration with the June Givanni Pan African Cinema Archive titled Decolonizing African Cinema: A History:

History of Women in Polish Documentary Cinema

Biographies and film lists:

Media representation of disability

Ads and Campaigns:

We’re Superhumans:

Adidas: Impossible is Nothing:

Pro Infirmis: «Because who is perfect?»:

Pro Infirmis: Everyone is equal. No one is more equal:


Carter, L. (2015). The Changing Depiction of Disabilities in the Media:

Chasnoff, S. (2011). Code of the Freaks:

Linton, S.  (2018). The Human Perspective: Simi Linton:

Young, S. (2014). I'm not your inspiration, thank you very much:

Further film archives

Arsenal – Institute for Film and Video Art database:

Game Studies

Journal on Postcolonial Perspectives in Game Studies:

Postcolonial Studies

Postcolonial Studies Blog @ Emory website:


Alphaville Journal of Film and Screen Media

Episode 08, Issue 24, Fostering Diversity On and Off Screen: