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New Films, Spring 2021

This is only a curated representation of the new titles added to our various collections. For specific titles, search Discovery or ask Tania. The Criterion Collection on KanopyKanopy has bolstered their offerings to an astounding 454 titles from the world’s… Continue Reading →

Indigequeer Films at CapU Library

The Business of Fancydancing Dir: Sherman Alexie / 2002 / 103 min / DramaDVD: PN1997.2 .B87 2003“Seymour Polatkin is a successful, gay Native American poet who confronts his past when he returns to his childhood home on the reservation to… Continue Reading →

New Streaming Film Databases: Audio Cine and CanCore

We’ve signed up for two new streaming databases to augment our online video resources for CapU faculty and students. Audio Cine features hundreds of current and classic Hollywood films. Titles include recent blockbusters (1917, Bombshell, Toy Story 4, Knives Out),… Continue Reading →

New Queer Movies

Honey Moccasin Dir. Shelley Niro Streaming1998 / Canada / English / 47 minSet on the Grand Pine Indian Reservation, aka “Reservation X”, HONEY MOCCASIN combines elements of melodrama, performance art, cable access, and ‘whodunit’ to question conventions of ethnic and sexual identity… Continue Reading →

New Indigenous Book and Films

HOLLYWOOD’S INDIAN : THE PORTRAYAL OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN IN FILMAuthor: EDITED BY PETER C. ROLLINS AND JOHN E. O’CONNOR. On the shelves at: PN1995.9.I48 H66 1998. DVDs and Streaming Video Many thanks to Doreen Manuel for the purchase suggestions!… Continue Reading →

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