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Films on Demand
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Films on Demand is a streaming video platform offering a robust collection of streaming videos for educational use. In addition to a core collection of content from educational video producer Films Media Group, Films on Demand streams content from a growing list of quality documentary sources. For help in using some of the more advanced features of this product, such as building playlists and sharing, contact a librarian.
Documentary Films in the Library
Popular Titles - Videos in The Library
Harvest of Shame
Watch the entire original broadcast of one of the most celebrated documentaries of all time, 1960's "Harvest of Shame," in which Edward R. Murrow exposed the plight of America's farm workers.
Living in a Food Desert
Across Virginia - from Hampton to Richmond, Petersburg to Lynchburg to Wise County and all points in between - approximately 17.8 percent of Virginia's population live in food desert. This documentary was produced by VSU as part of a study on food insecurity in the College of Agriculture.
King Corn is a feature documentary about two friends, one acre of corn, and the subsidized crop that drives our fast-food nation.
The Hand That Feeds
“The Hand that Feeds” tells the story of sandwich-maker Mahoma Lopez as he organizes his undocumented immigrant co-workers to fight abusive conditions at a popular New York restaurant chain.