Filmogs is an online film database brought to you from the creator of Discogs. It is a new site that allows you to catalog all types of films. In the same way that Discogs allows you to catalog the specific version of your music release, Filmogs allows you to catalog the specific version of the film you have.
- Film is the abstract description of the visual work. This includes data like the title, the actors, director and so on.
- Release is the physical manifestation of the film, for example, the DVD. It includes things like the companies that released it, the catalog number, and so on. There can be many releases per film. Also, one release can contain multiple films, for example, the Star Wars box set.
- From the top navigation bar, add a film.
- From the top navigation bar, add a release of the film.
- link the release to the film via the 'Films' field on the release, using the Internal ID number found in the pane on the right hand side of the film page.
- If you are able to upload images of the release, then you are encouraged to do so, however, it is not mandatory.
We now have Generic Guidelines For All Databases.
Please respect the data, and be friendly to other users.
The guides listed below have been written to help you submit data to the database.
This page serves as a way to track site features requested by Filmogs users.
- Q: Why create a films database? There are many successful ones out there already.
- A: Many Discogs users have requested we do something like Discogs, but for films (and other things as well).
- A: Most film databases only collect information on the films, not on the releases themselves. We believe that cataloging the actual physical item is important to people who are passionate about having, maintaining, and enjoying a film collection.
- Q: What formatting does this wiki use?
- Q. Is pornography catalogued on Filmogs?
- A. No, we do not plan to catalog that.