The MLL Department has a large collection of foreign language films, representing cultures from around the world. Included in the collection are the classic films of the great Western European directors, such as Bergman, Fellini, and Godard, as well as contemporary award-winning feature films from Spain, England, France, Germany, Italy, China, Poland, Russia, Japan, the Middle East, and many other countries--plus a number of documentary films and features shown at the Department's annual Human Rights Film Series.
The films, which are in either DVD and/or VHS format, can be borrowed at no cost from the department.
The library is located in the Language Lab, 201 Fisher Hall.
Click on a link below for a complete listing of films available through the library:
- FEATURE FILMS, in DVD format, alphabetical listing
- FEATURE FILMS, in DVD format, listed by language
- FILMS FEATURE in VHS format
- DOCUMENTARY FILMS, from the Human Rights Film Series
For more information about the film library, contact Mary Ann Hess at x6415 (firstname.lastname@example.org)