The library has added several new titles to the media collection. This includes two documentaries filmed in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Castle and The Domino Effect.
Films are available to faculty and students in the library’s Multimedia Resource Center (MRC). The MRC is open 9:30am – 7:00pm Mondays through Thursdays, and from 9:30am-6:00pm on Fridays. It is not open on the weekend.
8 1/2 (Blu-ray): httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BpOp2yUqyo
The library has added a few more titles to the media collection:
The Tree of Life (Blu-Ray & DVD) – DVD 2935
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Here are some new DVDs in the library’s multimedia collection. Faculty are allowed to check out videos up to one week, and students may view videos within the Multimedia Resources Center. Some of these films may also contain public performance rights. For more information, please contact Prof. Junior Tidal.
Blade Runner (4-disc Collector’s Edition) – DVD 2895
Rockin’ the Wall – DVD 2892
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The African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux will be part of the US postal service’s Black Heritage series of stamps. source: The Bioscope
New from H.W. Wilson: Art Museum Image Gallery and Cinema Image Gallery and Education Index Retrospective. Art Museum Image Gallery features art images and related multimedia from museums and the Cinema Image Gallery has still images from movies, television and the entertainment industry.
Education Index Retrospective covers education periodical literature from 1929 to 1983.
“American History in Video” provides the largest and richest collection of video available online for the study of American history, with 2,000 hours and more than 5,000 titles on completion. The collection allows students and researchers to analyze historical events, and the presentation of historical events over time, through commercial and governmental newsreels, archival footage, public affairs footage, and important documentaries. This release includes over 1260 titles, equaling approximately 420 hours.” Access on-campus only.
Trial through May 16, 2009
In case you missed Shelly Silver’s screening of in complete world, the independent artist and filmmaker has graciously donated a copy of the film to the City Tech library’s multimedia collection. The film is a provocative series of vignettes, shot on the streets of New York, asking New Yorkers about the state of their lives, their society, and their government. The film should be available for viewings within the next few weeks. For more information about the film and Shelly Silver, please visit her website here.
City Tech Community, just in time for the presidential election the Ursula C. Schwerin Library’s Cinema@tech, in cooperation with the Grants Office, is presenting a screening of in complete world, a feature film by independent filmmaker Shelly Silver that recently showed at the Museum of Modern Art. The film is a provocative series of vignettes, shot on the streets of New York, asking New Yorkers about the state of their lives, their society, and their government.
The film is fifty-five (55) minutes and will be shown in the Atrium Amphitheater on Wednesday, 29 October at 10:00 am, followed by a thirty (30) minute Q&A with the director. Everyone is welcome.
If you have any questions, please contact Professors Junior Tidal (x5481) or Keith Muchowski (x5480) via telephone or email.