Bibliographies vs. Filmographies: What's the difference?
Bibliographies feature lists of books & other resources on a particular topic, like film genres, directors, film styles, etc.
Filmographies offer lists of films on a particular topic, but do not include resources about those films. They are simply lists of films arranged by subject matter.
Dictionaries & Encyclopedias
Similar to guides & film companions, dictionaries & encyclopedias are types of resources best used to build background knowledge on a topic. Here are some examples of titles you can search using the Credo Reference search box below:
Encyclopedia of International Media and Communications
Propaganda and Mass Persuasion: A Historical Encyclopedia, 1500 to the Present
Chambers Film Factfinder