Cahiers du Cinema - A french film magazine founded in April 1951 by André Bazin, Jacques Doniol-Valcroze, Joseph-Marie Lo Duca and Leonid Keigel.
Cinema Scope - Cinema Scope is one of the most respected English-language publications on film worldwide. Packed with reviews, essays, festival reports, and interviews, Cinema Scope is geared to cinephiles looking for an intelligent forum on world cinema.
Dennis Grunes - Dennis Grunes is a film scholar and historian with a blog on wordpress.com, to which he is adding new entries daily. Reportedly watching an average of 4 to 5 films a day, he is widely consider one the most prolific film essayist in the world.
The Daily Notebook [Mubi.com] - A new kind of film coverage. The Notebook combines the scope and variety of a magazine with the daily content of a blog. Current, global, comprehensive—always. Their contributor based approach provides many difference voices, critical approaches, geographic locations, and interests. Find the ones that speak to you.
Diagonal Thoughts - Some notes on seeing and being, sound and image, media and memory by Critical Film Studies professor.
Film Studies for Free - Film Studies For Free actively espouses the ethos of Open Access to digital scholarly material. It aims to promote good quality, online, film and moving-image studies resources by commenting on them, and by linking to them.