1. Michelangelo Antonioni
A thorough and well constructed tribute to and archive of the work of Antonioni.
2. George Balanchine
Focal point for documentation as to Balanchine and for ongoing dance creativity.
3. Robert Bresson
This site is a tribute to the work of Bresson, but also an ambitious convening of worldwide efforts dedicated to understanding the issues of his films.
4. Jacques Derrida
This Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy entry provides a useful overview of the Derridean labyrinth.
5. Albert Einstein
A richly descriptive and illustrative presentation of the contributions of Einstein.
6. Stephen Hawking
Internet clearinghouse for the physicist’s ongoing researches.
7. Martin Heidegger
The most comprehensive and scholarly of the Heidegger directories.
8. Edmund Husserl
"The Husserl Page" is an encyclopaedic and very readable resource "for research into Husserl’s philosophy and development thereof."
9. Marcel Proust
This is a site which lends continuity to a decades-long devotion to Proustian matters by a now-deceased Illinois scholar.
Proust Society of America – Portal for Proust devotees.
10. Urban Life
This site represents an interpretation of the fabric that makes up the American city.
11. Agnès Varda
A site energetically devoted to Varda’s offbeat vision.
12.Vintage Posters - www.idesirevintageposters.com
A thoughtful forum for understanding and acquiring vintage graphics, including those of A.M. Cassandre.
13. Billy Wilder
A comprehensive documentation of Wilder’s distinguished work as a screenwriter and film director.