Hanging fishing nets in the Cu Đê river. © 2017 Christopher Crouzet
The Language Learning Center has over 1300 films for foreign language students and instructors. All language students can come to the LLC and watch films (on site) from our collection. If you are a language instructor and your course has a course fee attached to it, not only do you have access to films, you also can reserve films and request new films for your courses.
There are two ways to search for a LLC film:
To filter for films in a particular language only, select the filter option icon in the Google Spreadsheet.
If you can't find a film using either of these methods, please check the Fine Arts Library collection, which is accessible to all UNM faculty, staff and students.
To check out a film or to put a film on reserve for your students, please use our Reserve a Film form, which is found on the homepage.
To order a film for your class, first check to make sure we don't already have it. Go to WorldCat and search for your film.
If we don’t have it, go to LLC's home page and select Request Films & Media. Fill out the form and submit. We will send you a follow-up email shortly thereafter.
UNM instructors now have access to the Berkeley Library of Foreign Language Film Clips (LFLFC). The LFLFC is a tagged, structured collection of clips from foreign language films. It's a great way to demonstrate how language is used in culturally situated contexts.
As a faculty member or graduate student instructor at UNM, you only need to apply for an account. That will give you access to clips from all films in the LFLFC that the UNM owns. For detailed information go to http://blcvideoclips.berkeley.edu. See our training video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfsnXAzwxY4.