Film selection criteria
|Thematic scope||Climbing and mountaineering: films with mountains as the setting for any activities to do with climbing.|
|Genre||Most genres as long as the film has its own narrative. Fragments or films that belong to mixed formats and loose their meaning when seen separately aren't considered.|
|Type of production||
We have chosen to apply multiple quality criteria to select the films: antiquity, length, professional or amateur production...
|Genre||Cinematographic genres are film typologies that help identify films that share common stylistic devices.|
|Subgenre||Subgenre is a more specific style classification that allows to further explore primary genre classification. Subgenre identifies the film's narration tone.|
|Story's origin||The story's origin defines if the film is based on real life or not, and to what extent it's fiction.|
Out of the scope of themes related to climbing and mountaineering we can identify different disciplines or thematic aspects.
|Basic search||Basic search is the simplest method and you can find it in any page in the web. It's in the left column under the MFDB logo and the projection window.|
|Advanced search||Advanced search mode complements features in the basic mode and adds other parameters but in general works in a similar way.|
|Map search||Search via map mode is conceived for users to find films by location. Using an interactive map, the user can select a location and see all films with that location.|
|Related searches||Related searches are those that allow you to find films with shared parameters from results from an initial search.|
Another way to find films is by checking out the projection window that is on the left column, between the logo and the basic search box. This projection window displays database film images randomly in autoplay.