Index to Bibliographies of West Virginia and Appalachian Films in AppLit

by

Steve Fesenmaier
Research Librarian
West Virginia Library Commission

NEW FROM STEVE

2006 New Films on West Virginia and Appalachia

Other New Bibliographies Coming Soon

West Virginia and Appalachian Videos in the Collection of the West Virginia Library Commission (to 1996)

Steve's Appalachian Video Update: 1996 to 2001

A Basic West Virginia Film Festival:  Using Films and Videos in WVLC Collection - August 2003

Film Monsters and Heroes of West Virginia - July 2003

Ten Best Indie Feature Films Made in West Virginia - December 2002

Ten Essential Documentaries About West Virginia NOT by WV Filmmakers - November 2002

Ten Essential West Virginia Films by West Virginia Filmmakers - November 2002

Ten Greatest Documentary Films by Women in Appalachia - July 30, 2004

Ten Greatest Feature Films About West Virginia - November 2002

Ten Most Psychotronic Films Made in West Virginia - June 2003

2003 New and Once Lost Films on West Virginia and Appalachia - July 2003

2004 New and Once Lost Films on West Virginia and Appalachia - February 2005

2005 New and Once Lost Films on West Virginia and Appalachia - October 2005

2006 New Films on West Virginia and Appalachia - February 2007

More Than Fifty Movie Places to Visit in West Virginia Before You Die - June 24, 2003

West Virginia Filmmakers & Indie Film Exhibitors Map - March 2004

 

Articles in AppLit by Steve Fesenmaier

Early West Virginia Cinema: From Tol'able David to The Night of the Hunter, 1921-1955

West Virginia's Now-Famous First-Time Filmmakers - November 4, 2003

 


See Also:

Complete List of AppLit Pages on Film

Appalshop. For a complete catalog, contact the Appalshop Marketing and Sales Office at 1-800-545-7467 or appalshopsales@appalshop.org.

Davenport Films and From the Brothers Grimm  

West Virginia Film Makers Film Festival



Last Update:  05/30/2007 12:43:00 AM


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