Many of the language programs at UH offer courses or somehow incorporate film studies into the curriculum. The resources on this page are valuable in the study and research of international films.
The following databases contain full text articles related to the study of film. You can access sources such as scholarly articles and reviews which are both historic and current.
The following is a list of selected e-journals available via the UH Libraries website. If you wish to search or browse for others, go to the Electronic Journals List.
The UH Libraries has access to Kanopy streaming videos. This resource contains collections of full length films across a variety of disciplines including those relevant to international language and cultural studies. From classic feature films to documentaries, you are sure to find a film that will supplement teaching and learning of foreign languages. Click the following icon to start watching.
Many of the films viewed and discussed in language classes are available at the Anderson Library. To locate them use the advanced keyword search in the catalog. Type the title of the movie into the search field and select DVD as the format.
These DVD cases are located on the first floor of the library near the Leisure Reading area and the DVDs can be retrieved from the Service Desk. They can be checked out with your Cougar One Card.