The UNT Media Library contains nearly 35,000 physical audiovisual items and the Libraries also provide online access to approximately 7,000 audiovisual resources through electronic database subscriptions.
About the Media Library: http://www.library.unt.edu/media
The collection includes a number helpful resources for students studying costume and decor, including original documents and primarily resources (documentary films, newsreel footage, ethnographic footage) as well as creative works and performances (period dramas, recorded theatrical performances).
The following UNT Libraries subscription databases contain a large number of streaming videos of plays, documentaries about people and historical periods, and interviews with actors and directors, etc.
If accessing off campus, you will be asked for your EUID and EUID password before you can enter the database to find streaming videos or other audiovisual resources. Once inside the video database, search for the name of your person, the historical period, the name of a movie, etc., to find a video on the topic. These videos can be watched from your computer, tablet or phone.
Streaming Video from the Media Library
Search here to limit to only streaming video from the UNT Media Library. Once you click on a film or other media, you will be asked for your EUID and EUID password (if accessing off campus), before the video will begin to stream from your computer, tablet or phone.
Just type a word in the box for your topic of interest. Example: Marlowe, Christopher