Spanish films – we’ve got a lot of them. This list is a rather random sampling of some notable ones. For a complete list by title, click here (includes videos with dubbed Spanish language tracks). Or if you’d prefer to browse the collection in person, come on down to the IMC and ask the circulation desk worker to let you into the media vault. Most Spanish films are located under call# PN1995.9.S. If you don’t see your favorite Spanish movie on the list and want to correct this horrible injustice, send an email to Jim Holmes with the film title and a brief annotation.
We’ve added several new titles over the the course of the summer and replaced a number of VHS tapes with DVDs. Below is a list of titles acquired after May 15. Want to watch that movie on the big screen in your own backyard? Projectors, screens and DVD players are now available for checkout in the IMC! Pick up your movie and portable movie theater in L32 (library building lower level 1).
Wondering what to do with your summer? Â Maybe it’s time to watch all those movies you said you’d watch if you weren’t so busy studying. Â The IMC is open Monday-Friday, noon-5p during the summer, so stop by and check out some DVDs. Â Need some recommendations? Â Check out the Student/Staff/Faculty – Top 5 picks.
If you’d like to submit your own top 5, email Jim Holmes .
The Reed library has more than 1,000 opera videos and sound recordings available for checkout in the Instructional Media Center (L32).
If you’ve always wanted to learn about opera but didn’t know where to start, check out theÂ April IMC feature.
The theremin – one of the most interesting and difficult instruments to play. Â Even more interesting is the story behind it. Â Take a look. Â Or better yet, come down to the IMC and play the theremin M-F, 9a-5p in the music listening room.