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Stefan Goodwin. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2009. 2 volumes. Available?
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More than 600 narrative feature films, documentaries, and short films from independent Asian filmmakers.
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Kanopy has an inventory of some 30,000 documentaries, as well as classic, foreign, and indie films. As is the case with Swank, what is accessible from Kanopy will vary from semester to semester and is determined by faculty request.