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Notable Videos

By Tom Ipri on February 25, 2010 9:52 AM | Permalink
Every year, the American Library Association's Video Round Table selects a list of Notable Videos. The University Library proudly owns many of these titles:

American Outrage
Documents the Shoshone Nation and Dann Sisters 40 year fight against the U.S Bureau of Land Management and mining interests for land rights in Nevada. 

At The Death House Door

The case of inmate Carlos De Luna causes longtime death penalty supporter Carroll Pickett, a minister who accompanied De Luna and many others to their executions, to have a change of heart.

FLOW: For Love of Water

Documentary investigation into the world's water crisis, including the privatization of the fresh water supply.


Two concerned citizens explore how the United States got itself into such staggering debt and how to stem the tide of mounting debt.

Operation Filmmaker

When a Hollywood film production invites an Iraqi film student to the set the documentary filmmaker observing the event becomes personally involved in the students' life.

Trouble the Water 

A harrowing but uplifting perspective of Hurricane Katrina through the eyes of a young Ninth Ward New Orleans couple. 

Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick?

Seven-part series exploring the relationship between class, race, and health in the Unites States.

Walk to Beautiful

Five Ethiopian women reclaim their lives when they are treated at the Addis Abba Fistula Hospital.

Waltz with Bashir

An Israeli soldier explores his memory of the 1982 Lebanese War using a combination of animation and narrative.

Who Does She Think She Is?

A telling portrait of 5 talented women artists who refuse to choose between creativity and family responsibility, self-expression and mothering.

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