Movie Resource Guide

IU Cinema

Resource Type: 
Local Resources
The Indiana University Cinema screens more than 150 films each semester including new arthouse releases, film classics, foreign-language films, children's films from internationally renowned filmmakers and special screenings hosted by visiting filmmakers and scholars. See their website for more information and current showings:
 
 
 
 

Union Board Films

Resource Type: 
Local Resources

Union Board Films presents entertaining, educational, and diverse cinematic programming for Indiana University and the Monroe County Community.

 

 

Ryder Film Series

Resource Type: 
Local Resources

Ryder Film Series presents independent and foreign films.

 

 

AMC Movie Showtimes

Resource Type: 
Local Resources

Select a theater for local movie showtimes.

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Greatest Movie Ever Sold

Author: 
Morgan Spurlock
Call Number: 
791.436 Gre
ISBN or UPC: 
043396384385
Resource Type: 
Audio/Visual Materials

From Morgan Spurlock a documentary about branding, advertising and product placement that is financed and made possible by brands, advertising and product placement.

Edison the Invention of the Movies 1891-1918

Author: 
Bret Wood
Call Number: 
791.4 Edi
ISBN or UPC: 
738329038328
Resource Type: 
Audio/Visual Materials

A four-disc treasure trove of 140 of the first moving pictures ever seen, includes camera tests, early special effects, street scenes, humorous shorts, and "The Great Train Robbery."

Tales from the Script

Author: 
Peter Hanson
Call Number: 
808.23 Tal
ISBN or UPC: 
720229914222
Resource Type: 
Audio/Visual Materials

Screenwriters ranging from newcomers to living legends share their triumphs and hardships in this probing, insightful and often hilarious odyssey through the world of movie storytelling.

That's Black Entertainment

Author: 
Walid Khaldi
Call Number: 
791.4302 Tha
ISBN or UPC: 
089353701024
Resource Type: 
Audio/Visual Materials

This three part documentary provides a look at groundbreaking black entertainers from the 1920s through the 1950s. The focus is on actors, comedians, and westerns.

Moguls & Movie Stars: A History of Hollywood

Author: 
Jon Wilkman
Call Number: 
791.43 Mog
ISBN or UPC: 
0780669835
Resource Type: 
Audio/Visual Materials

This seven part documentary looks at major developments in cinema, detailing personalities, relationships, collaborations and conflicts that created an industry and an art form while also looking at how moviemakers responded to major historical events.

Movies 101 the Essential Interviews

Author: 
Richard Brown
Call Number: 
791.4392 Mov
ISBN or UPC: 
9780979360718
Resource Type: 
Audio/Visual Materials

Interviews with Hollywood's biggest names from Professor Richard Brown's NYU class Movies 101.

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