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The library’s collection of video recordings support and enrich the curriculum and include a core of classic motion pictures important to a liberal arts education. The library purchases representative films of many periods, genres, and countries in an effort to document the history of film. The library also collects video recordings that support the curriculum and are directly related to classroom instruction. All of our videos are listed in the library catalog and can be checked out of the library for home use.
Call Number: Hatfield Library AV Video (DVD) PN1995.91.F7 N675 2005
A witty and lyrical reflection on war through the ages. The film is structured into three Dantean Kingdoms: Hell, Purgatory and Heaven...also follows the parallel stories of two Israeli Jewish women, one drawn to the light and one drawn towards darkness.
Call Number: Hatfield Library AV Video (DVD) PN1995.91.F7 P34 2006
The story of two Sephardic Orthodox immigrant sisters living in a Jewish suburb of Paris, both of whom are struggling to reconcile their philosophical & religious ideologies with their romantic desires.
Call Number: Hatfield Library AV Video (DVD) ML3918.R37 S55 2009
Palestinian hip hop groups DAM (from Lydd or Lod), PR (Gaza), along with young women Abeer (Lydd), and duo Arapeyat (Akka or Acre), who are also harassed for being independent women performing on stage.
West Bank Story is a musical comedy about David, an Israeli soldier, and Fatima, a Palestinian fast food cashier - an unlikely couple who fall in love amidst the animosity of their families' dueling falafel stands in the West Bank.
AVON, a streaming media service, has more than 70,000 video titles spanning a range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and more. This resource is made available courtesy of the Mark O. Hatfield Library’s consortial relationship with Orbis Cascade Alliance and is a two-year pilot project.
The collection of films support a wide variety of subject areas including the arts, media studies, politics, diversity, equity and inclusion, LGBTQAI+, psychology, business, sciences, health, education, history.
When a news publisher in Arkansas, an attorney in Arizona, and a speech therapist in Texas are told they must choose between their jobs and their political beliefs, they launch legal battles that expose an attack on freedom of speech across 33 states in America. The film traces the impact of state legislation designed to penalize individuals and companies that choose to boycott Israel due to its human rights record.
Call Number: Hatfield Library AV Video (DVD) DS119.76.E53 2007
The story of an Israeli settler, a Palestinian ex-prisoner, a bereaved Israeli mother and a wounded Palestinian bereaved brother who risk their safety and public standing to press for an end to the conflict.
Call Number: Hatfield Library AV Video (DVD) DS119.76.M87 2005
Simone Bitton, a Jewish woman born in Morocco who identifies with both Arab and Jewish cultures, examines the personal, cultural, and monetary costs of the Israeli West Bank Barrier, a wall being built to separate Israelis and Palestinians.
Call Number: Hatfield Library AV Video (DVD) (PN1995.9.S76 I585 2010 )
In 1995, Nelson Mandela support the mostly caucasion rugby team, whose new slogan is "One team, One nation," as South Africa hosts the rugby world cup. Based on the book "Playing the enemy" by John Carlin.