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*Film Studies*

This research guide identifies databases, reference sources, catalogs and other reference sources for film studies.

Film Collections

Kaltura @ OSU

What is Kaltura?

Kaltura is Oregon State University’s video delivery platform. It can be accessed through a variety of methods, including MediaSpace and Canvas. Kaltura is a cloud service for storing and delivering media – video, audio, and photographs. Recordings from a variety of systems, including WebEx, lecture capture, video conference recordings, and the screen capture CaptureSpace tool, are all deposited into Kaltura.


Archival and Historical Films and Media

Films from the US Library of Congress Nearly 8,000 films covering more than 100 years of film.

OSU's Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC) curates archival films and media related to OSU's history and other discrete areas. Learn more by searching 'films', 'media', or other keywords in their web page. 

Better yet, visit SCARC and consult with an archivist

4-H pig scramble, Morrow County, 1953

Extension Bulletin Illustrations Photograph Collection (P 020)