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Film Studies for Continuing Education: Finding books, print and electronic

A guide to resources for Film Studies

    Search SOLO

Click on SOLO, type your search terms into the box and click Go

New books

Monthly lists of new books added to the Rewley House Continuing Education Library can be found on the Library website

Books are listed in subject number order, so scroll down to 791.4 and numbers following for books on film, television etc

Purchase suggestions

If you would like to recommend an item for purchase by the Library, please fill in a Recommend a book form.

Please note that it may not be possible to purchase all recommendations, depending on availability and cost.

How to find books on SOLO


 You can locate books (both print and electronic) held in Oxford University libraries by looking them up on SOLO (Search Oxford Libraries Online) at, which includes access to OLIS, Oxford’s online library catalogue.

You can use the search box on the left to get started, or follow the link above

Are you looking for a specific book?

Enter the author's surname and a few significant words from the title. Leave out words like 'the', 'an', 'of' etc

Are you only interested in books held by the Rewley House Continuing Education Library?

On the main SOLO search screen, click 'All libraries/Collections' and select 'Continuing Education Library' from the dropdown box

Please note that only students on award-bearing courses - undergraduate and postgraduate certificate and diploma courses and Masters courses - may use other Oxford University libraries.

For more information on searching for film resources on SOLO, and a guide to the classification system used for Film Studies in most other Oxford University libraries, please see the Finding Film Studies Material Guide

 For more general information on searching SOLO, see the SOLO Guide

Finding e-books

General searches on SOLO may find e-books. These will have [Electronic resource] in the title and a link to 'View Online'. E-books may be viewed on library PCs, an Oxford Single Sign on is required for access elsewhere.