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Macdonald-Kelce Library

FMX: Film, Animation and New Media

Use this guide to help you with class projects involving digital and film production, animation, and new media studies. For majors, minors, and students taking courses in FMX.

Films


Find DVDs using the Library's discovery system SUMMON or the UTOPIA catalog

NOTE: All DVDs in the collection must be requested at the Circulation Desk.

 

How to search for videos in SUMMON:

- Search title of film, and then under "Content Type" choose DVDs. Click "Apply."

 

 

 

How to search for videos in UTOPIA:

- Find specific films by searching for the title of the film, and under "Quick Limit" select DVDs.

Streaming Film & Video


Streaming Film


Subscription Services

Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime are the largest subscription services for streaming film if you're having trouble getting a film through the library.

Subscription Aggregators

Services such as Can I Stream.It? and GoWatchIt attempt to aggregate the content the major subscription services are serving. However, they are not always perfect, and it is best to double-check against the specific services as well.

In addition to these, IMDb will often list upcoming TV broadcasts of movies and shows, as well as provide links to content on Amazon (although that content is not guaranteed to be free for Prime customers).

Free streaming film at HCPLC

UT students and faculty are welcome and encouraged to join the Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative (HCPLC). HCPLC offers a large selection of streaming videos and ebooks, many of which are not available at the Macdonald-Kelce Library. If you are looking for a feature film or popular novel, join the Hillsborough Public Library by signing up for a free library card.


Streaming Film Databases


Swank


Swank is a streaming video service with a growing number of films. Click on the individual title of each film to begin watching. Check back periodically for new content.  *If you would like to view all content we have subscribed to by genre then please use this link, you will be prompted to select "Instructor" or "Student." Swank Digital Campu


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