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Borrow Real Books with Library to Go!
Good news! Even though the Library's physical facilities are closed due to the coronavirus, NCC students, faculty and staff are still able to borrow real paper books and other materials using our Library to Go service. You can choose contactless pickup on campus, or free delivery to your home.
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"Library to Go" Service
Find out how you can borrow books, DVDs, and other Library materials, even though the Library is closed.
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Need help with finding sources, searching databases, formatting citations, or just deciding on a paper topic? The NCC Librarians are ready to help. Even though we're all working from home just like you, we can chat online during the following hours:
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Library Resources for Film Studies
This Research Guide will direct you to specialized Library resources for Introduction to Film (CMTH 220), including books, journals, online subscription databases and web sites.
Students taking Introduction to Film (CMTH 220) will examine various aspects of the motion picture, including the purpose of film; the history of the feature, documentary, and experimental film, with emphasis on cinematic techniques and the development of criteria for evaluation; and the relationship of film to other forms of communication.
Goodbye, Sir Thomas Sean Connery, the first James Bond and Indiana Jones' dad.
To read more about this larger-than-life Scotsman and Academy Award-winning actor, visit the Turner Classic Movies website.
To borrow the book or DVDs listed below, use our Library to Go service.
Man with the Golden Touch: How the Bond Films Conquered the World by
Call Number: PN 1995.9 .J3 M39 2010
Publication Date: 2010
"This book tells the unlikely story of how Eon Productions, owners of the Bond franchise, kept James Bond at the top of the charts for 45 years, when originally only three or four films were planned. Through 21 films featuring three Ms, two Qs, three Moneypennys, and six Bonds -- from Sean Connery's career-transforming turn in 1962's 'Dr. No' to Daniel Craig's debut in the 2006 blockbuster 'Casino Royale' -- the action superstar and perfect English gentleman spy reigns supreme."
Dr. No by
Call Number: PR 6056 .L4 D76 2007 Media Tower
Publication Date: Produced 1962; DVD released 2007
From Russia With Love by
Call Number: PR 6056 .L4 F76 2007 Media Tower
Publication Date: Produced 1963; DVD released 2007
Molly Maguires by
Call Number: PN 1995.9 .M54 M64 2013 Media Tower
Publication Date: Produced 1969; DVD released 2013
Name of the Rose by
Call Number: PQ 4865 .C6 N613 2004 Media Tower
Publication Date: Produced 1986; DVD released 2004
Call Number: HV 6795 .C4 U586 2000 Media Tower
Publication Date: Produced 1987; DVD released 2000
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This Research Guide was updated on November 3, 2020 by Anne Bittner.