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Communication & Media Studies: Finding Films

The field of communications is defined as the theories and techniques used to convey meaning to others. It includes film, television, radio, journalism, advertising, public relations, digital design, semiotics, linguistics, and social media.

Streaming Videos from the Fordham Libraries

Motion Picture Catalog Databases

Searching the catalog for films

Quick Search #1 - Fordham Catalog

This is the Traditional Fordham Library Catalog.  Use this option to search the catalog for ALL items owned by Fordham (all campuses). Includes books, ebooks, periodicals, government documents, videos & dvds, maps, etc.

To find a film, click on Advanced Search, use the drop down box for TYPE to select Video Material (DVD, VHS, ect.). Then use the keyword, title, subject, or author boxes to search for your item.

Quick Search #2 - OneSearch Discovery

The OneSearch includes the Fordham Library Catalog, most of the databases, the Institutional Repository, and our Digital Collections. When you search using OneSearch, you will find books, articles, images, graphs, charts, and more.

To find a film, enter title, creative artist, or topic in the box below. Then use the side tool bar in the Results List to Limit By Source Types (you may need to click on "Show More"), Videos.

Motion Picture Catalog Books

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