IMDb lists millions of different titles, of many varying types (e.g., movies, episodic series, video games, podcasts, etc.) - sometimes it can be hard to track down the page (or groups) you're looking for.
To help with this, IMDb.com includes the Advanced Search function, which provides a wide selection of values you can choose to track down the specific production based on the data we have available.
You can find the advanced search feature by selecting All to the left of the search bar, followed by Advanced Search:
Alternatively, choose from the advanced search function you'd like to try below:
Once in either Title or People search, you'll see a plethora of different options and values to choose from - simply scroll through the page and choose the options you'd like to include in your search:
Once you're ready, hit the Search button at the bottom of the page and your results will appear:
The collaboration search allows you to search for either:
Simply enter the names or titles into the appropriate field and his Search.
For example, to find out which titles Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan were credited for, enter the names in the fields “Name 1” and “Name 2” and click “Search”.
This search will return all the titles both individuals were both credited for.
The Topic search allows you to identify titles or people based on terms associated with their pages, within different data types.
For example, if you wanted to see all movies with the word “space” listed in their plot outlines - simply enter the query and hit search:
This would bring up a list of titles whose plot contains the word “space”:
If you're still unable to find the person, title, or company on the database, it may be for a couple of reasons:
If you have further questions about the Advanced Search feature, you can ask our friendly community over at Sprinklr.