Slavic Films at Harvard
|A still from Bol'shaia zhizn' / Leonid Lukov (Kiev, 1939). Part of: Soviet Film Collection (Harvard Film Archive). Photo credit: Harvard Film Conservation blog.|
Harvard's Slavic collection includes nearly 3000 films in various physical formats and many available via streaming services. Please note that we have created a separate LibGuide Slavic and East European Film Collection at Harvard where you can find in-depth information about the Slavic film collection at Harvard.
There are several ways to see Slavic films at Harvard:
- Check out DVDs or videocassettes from the Library.
- The Harvard Film Archive, one of the largest and most significant university-based motion picture collections in the United States, contains 35mm and 16mm films from the area. The Harvard Film Archive items usually have restrictions on use : they may be available to use inside the library, but non-circulating. Please contact HFA for more information.
- Several full-length feature films from Eastern Europe and Central Asia can be found in one of the online collections or streaming services available to Harvard community (access restricted to users with a valid Harvard ID and PIN.) For a list of these collections please see the Video section of the Digital Resources for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies guide.
Using Published Video in Online Courses (a Harvard Library LibGuide)
Film & Television subject guides by Harvard Library