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Graphic Design Capstone: Language Layers

Video Libraries

Internet Archive: Moving Image Archive
Almost 11 million items, including films, television shows, news broadcasts, cartoons, concerts, and other moving images. Many are available for downloading.
British Pathé
Newsreel archive of 85,000 films spanning 1896-1978. Also includes the Reuter's historical collection, which includes more than 130,000 items dating from 1910-1984. All can be viewed online, but require licensing for reuse.

Rutgers Video Collections

The Rutgers Libraries subscribe to a wide range of video and audio databases. You'll find the full list here

Among the services available:

Swank Digital Campus
has an inventory of over 25,000 films, documentaries and TV shows. Because this service is maintained to support classroom instruction, the films available through Swank will vary from semester to semester.
Has an inventory of some 30,000 documentaries, as well as classic, foreign, and indie films. Producers include the Criterion Collection, New Day Films, California Newsreel, Kino Lorber, PBS, and First Run Features. As is the case with Swank, what is accessible from Kanopy will vary from semester to semester and is determined by faculty request.
Academic Video Online
A collection of over 60,000 streaming videos in a wide variety of academic areas. Includes many documentaries and filmed stage productions.
Asian FIlm Online
More than 600 narrative feature films, documentaries, and short films from independent Asian filmmakers.
Silent Film Online
More than 1,000 silent feature films, documentaries, serials, and shorts from the 1890s to the 1930s.
Filmakers Library Online
Over 1,500 feature-length documentary films made by independent filmakers from all over the world.
Socialism on Film
Digitized films originally produced in communist countries during the 20th century.

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