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Looking for award-winning movie classics, foreign films, documentaries, or the latest DVD releases? How about catching up on episodes from a favorite TV drama, how-to or travel series? Your Library’s collection of DVDs and Blu-rays will entertain and instruct adults, teens and children.
New in Youth Services! Playaway View
- A new way to watch movies
Meet Playaway View, the first and only pre-loaded video player that was designed with kids and libraries in mind.
Each View is pre-loaded with multiple videos from top children's studios.
Check out a Playaway View in the
Youth Services Department.
Websites for Movie Lovers
- American Film Institute
Created by the American Film Institute, AFI.com works “to preserve the history of the motion picture, educate the next generation of storytellers, and honor the artists and their work." Browse videos and podcasts, a catalog of feature films, AFI's "100 Years ...100 Movie Quotes" and other lists.
- Internet Movie Database (IMDB)
Explores this vast resource that provides detailed information about movies (in theaters, on video or DVD, and forthcoming), as well as television movies and series. Browse through reviews from authoritative sources as well as user-supplied evaluations.
"The official Academy Awards website" includes Oscar news, rules, and a searchable database of Oscar winners and nominees.
- Parents Choice Award Winners - DVD
Designed to help parents and caregivers make informed decisions about which new products are right for their children, the Parents' Choice Awards is the nation's oldest nonprofit program created to recognize quality children's media.
- Rotten Tomatoes
this movie review site that captures the consensus of movie critics across the nation. A red tomato or a splat illustrates the prevailing opinion and pull-quotes are displayed on the first page for a quick overview of the reviews.
- U.S. National Film Registry
The National Film Preservation Board was established in 1988 to choose up to 25 "culturally, historically, or aesthetically important films" each year that would "illustrate the vibrant diversity of American film-making."