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Film and Video Studies: Find Films & Videos at Fogler
To find DVDs in the University of Maine System (all campuses), go to URSUS, click on Advanced Search, and in the Material Type field select Video Recording. Then enter your search terms in the box at the top of the page. If there are videos with the status "Available" from libraries other than Fogler, you can request them through URSUS.*
To limit your search to Fogler-only materials, select the University of Maine Catalog from the dropdown menu next to the search bar.
*Not all libraries lend their videos.
Interested in recently acquired DVDs? Check out this list! (NB: This list includes CDs and DVDs.)
To find streaming video, follow the instructions above and select Streaming Video rather than Video Recording.
Documentaries, interviews, performances, news programs and newsreels, field recordings, commercials, and raw footage. Users will find thousands of award-winning films, including Academy®, Emmy®, and Peabody® winners. Academic institutions will find the most frequently used films for classroom instruction, plus newly released films and previously unavailable archival material.
Major Hollywood and independent feature films selected by the University of Maine system for online courses.
Click the button that says "Use maine.edu Login" to proceed.
For faculty/instructors: Contact your subject specialist to place a film request for a film not owned by Fogler Library. Include the course number, course title, film title, the semester needed, and if you need audio description. Please give at least 4 weeks' advance notice.
Call number: Streaming video
Located just outside Rio de Janeiro, Jardim Gramacho, Brazil, is the world's largest garbage landfill. Modern artist Vik Muniz works with the so-called catadores, the men and women who pick through the refuse, to create art out of recycled materials.
Call Number: Orono Circulation Desk DVD LC3733.S36 S65 2010
Closely following four very different local public-schoolers through an academic year, the producers draw on subtle nuances of the kids' stories to illustrate the complex shades and permutations of bilingual schooling.