Showing posts with label film studies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label film studies. Show all posts

Friday, September 28, 2018

The LOC Launches the National Screening Room Online

The Library of Congress has a new online collection called the National Screening Room. The National Screening Room currently contains 287 videos. The videos are digital copies of films made in the 19th and 20th centuries. You can browse the collection by date, location of the filming, and subject. You can also search for videos that are parts of other LOC collections. All of the videos in the National Screening Room can be viewed online and or downloaded as MP4 files.

Embedded below you will see a copy of Jamestown Exposition, 1907 from the National Screening Room.

Applications for Education
In a press release Mike Mashon, head of the LOC's Moving Image Section, said, “The goal of this digital project is to present the public with a broad range of historical and cultural audio-visual materials that will enrich education, scholarship and lifelong learning.”

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Europa Film Treasures - Classic Films and More

Europa Film Treasures is an online archive of classic European films. The films in the archive can be viewed for free on Europa Film Treasures. You can search the archives by dates, genre, country of origin, production method, and director. Along with each film in the collection Europa Film Treasures provides some background information such as production method, storyline, director's bio, and information about the the people appearing on camera.

Of particular interest to film buffs and teachers of cinematography, Europa Film Treasures hosts quizzes about some of the films, film themes, and film production methods.

Applications for Education
Europa Film Treasures could be a great resource for anyone teaching film making or the history of film. Teachers may also find useful videos for teaching history, culture, and foreign language.

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