I thought it was about time to redo the exercise - this time focussing on film. So, here is the list - the ten most borrowed books in film... (in the past three years).
The list starts with the most borrowed item first this time. You can also take a look at the books on Library Search in A-Z order.
Bordwell, D. Film art; an introduction [various editions]. McGraw-Hill.
Braudy, L. and Cohen, M. (eds.). Film theory and criticism; introductory readings [various editions]. Oxford University Press.
Cook, P. The cinema Book [various editions]. BFI.
Bordwell, D. (1986). Narration in fiction film. Routledge.
Andrejevic, M. (2004). Reality TV: the work of being of being watched. Rowman & Littlefield.
Metz, C. (1982). Psychoanalysis and cinema; the imaginary signifier. Macmillan.
Chion, M. (1994). Audio-vision: sound on screen. Columbia University Press.
Mill, B. (2005). Television sitcom. BFI.
Mcabe, J. and Akass, K. (2007). Quality TV; contemporary American television and beyond. I. B. Tauris.
Rees, A. L. A history of experimental film and video; from the canonical avant-garde to contemporary British practice [two editions]. BFI.