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See also: Movies
The line between movies and television has been blurring lately, with
made-for-tv movies, cable original movies, and of course the
mini-series. I take the position that a "movie" is a long work (generally
more than an hour) that can stand on its own as a single story, whether
released in theatres or not, and usually is described as a movie. (It may
not be much of a definition, but it lets me decide where to put things
Archives, resource guides, etc
These typically include episode guides, FAQs (text and hypertext), pictures,
sounds, cast lists and other trivia.
Multiple-show archives and resource guides
- Academy of Television Arts and
- This is the official "Emmy Awards" site.
- BBC TV Movies (bbc.co.uk)
- "This site is updated weekly, and includes info about all movies
showiong on BBC TV in the UK. We also have a features section where we
post transcriptions of interviews with film people from the BBC
archive..." [I've decided I'd like to get BBC's movie channel
on my American cable system. -Chaz]
[Updated Oct 2001]
- Science Fiction Weekly (scifiweekly.com)
- "A professional electronic publication of science fiction news, reviews
and short stories. We cover books, movies, games, other Web sites and
anything else relating to science fiction."
(Craig E. Engler)
- Has summaries and reviews of some sci-fi movies and tv, including Star
Wars, X-Files, Star Trek, and some 1996-1997 released movies.
Last updated March 1997.
- The Scifi Site (uran.net)
- "It has many different resources for several
sci-fi shows like Nowhere Man, Blake's 7, She Wolf of London, Earth 2,
Space Precint, Deadly Games, Kolchak: The Night Stalker, The New Outer
Limits, VR.5, Strange Luck, Planet of the Apes, Third Rock from the Sun,
Something is Out There, etc."
- Tommy of
Escondido's Alien Fonts (geocities.com)
- Contains various original True Type fonts based on writing seen on
Star Trek, Babylon 5, and V. Also text Files on
Trek Politics, old PC Trek games, and more.
Fascinating stuff - I'm going to use some of these myself.
(Tommy of Escondido)
These archives include collections of program guides for television series:
Chaz Boston Baden (boston-baden.com) - E-mail SFRG.