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Moving Image Research at Wilson Special Collections Library: Home

Moving Image Collections

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This guide focuses on archival moving images held at Wilson Special Collections Library. Moving images at Wilson Library consist of analog video and motion picture film produced throughout the 20th and 21st century by independent filmmakers, ethnographers, and amateur filmmakers, as well as University staff and students. Some materials have been digitized and are accessible and streaming for research online, while others require visiting the library for viewing in our reading room. Tips for locating additional resources are also provided throughout.

​Preservation of and access to moving image materials described in this Libguide was made possible by funding through a grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Extending the Reach of Southern Audiovisual Sources. The grant project team includes Steven Weiss, Curator, Southern Folklife Collection; Erica Titkemeyer, Audiovisual Conservator and Project Director; Anne Wells, Audiovisual Archivist; Sharon Luong, Applications Analyst; Andrew Crook, Audiovisual Assistant; Melanie Meents, Audiovisual Assistant; Dan Hockstein, Audio Engineer; Brian Paulson, Audio Engineer; and John Loy, Audio Engineer; who all worked carefully behind-the-scenes to make Wilson Library's AV materials accessible and usable to users like you.

Aaron Smithers and Anne Wells created this guide.

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