|Art on Screen on CD-ROM|
|Architecture on Screen|
|Art on Screen: A Directory of Films and Videos about the Visual Arts|
|Art Museums and Media|
|The Art on Screen Handbook: Practical Guidelines for Using and Producing Films. . .|
|Films on Art Bibliography|
|Art History and Film: Starting from the Art|
|Sound & Images in Films on Art|
|Films and Videos on Photography|
. . . a superbly designed program that runs like a dream . . . This invaluable resource provides a comprehensive index to films, videos and videodiscs, dealing with almost any topic related to art, from sculpture and painting to folk art to crafts to aesthetics . . . worth every penny.
The Art on Film Database is one of my most useful and reliable tools . . . saves me many hours of research time each month . . ."
Peggy Parsons, Curator of Film Programs, National Gallery of Art
. . . an excellent guide for librarians, teachers, architects, designers, historians, and filmmakers. . . thorough and helpful indexes . . . of great value in any library collection.
Art Documentation journal
. . . brings a sense of order to a specialized field of visual sources that have previously been available only in bits and pieces.
Architecture on Screen is an annotated directory of over 900 selected documentaries and feature films coveringAmerican Reference Books Annual
. . . a fascinating directory to films that deal with art . . . Subjects cover the spectrum, with famous artists, art forgery, Japanese painting, and puppets just a few of the hundreds of topics explored.
American Reference Books Annual
. . . an invaluable reference for art teachers and curriculum planners.
School Arts journal
. . . an invaluable contribution to the history of photography. . . an excellent resource.
Jean Firstenberg, The American Film Institute