While I am on the subject of online resources, it’s worth mentioning that classes and study materials from authoritative sources are available, for free or for a fee, in nearly every subject imaginable. For a fee, I have watched many classes about literature and writing on The Teaching Company’s “Great Courses” channel, available through Amazon Prime at a cost 0f $7.99 per month; and I have purchased other “Great Courses” as audio books (some with downloadable course materials) from Audible.com.
Recently, I registered for “Master Classes Online” with unlimited access, at a subscription rate of $180.00 per year. Here, I can watch dozens of courses given by filmmakers and other “masters” of the visual arts.
Libraries are still my favorite internet stops. And they are free! The Library of Congress has more than 7,000 films and videos available online. And, remember Kanopy.com? It features a film studies collection you can stream, also for free, using your library card.