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Film: DVDs, Videos, & Streaming Media

A guide to film resources available in the University of New Mexico library and the Web.

Film as a Primary Source

In the cinematic arts, the film is the primary source material. Ideally, you will have the opportunity to view the film in its original format, but most likely you will be watching a streaming or DVD version. First, check to see if UNM owns the film. If not, you can check to see if it is freely available online. If still no luck, you will need to stream or purchase the film. See below for details on finding a DVD or streaming media.

In addition, you may request that I purchase the DVD to add to our collections. If it is available in DVD (and if foreign, with English subtitles in a Region 1 version), then it is likely that I will be able to purchase it.

DVDs & Videos at UNM

Use the Quick Search box below to start searching for DVDs and Videos owned by the library. Or, click on the links below to start finding videos.

In addition, the library subscribes to databases that stream documentaries and select feature films:

Movies freely available on the Internet

DVDs and streaming media for rent