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FILM LIBRARY

American Indian and Indigenous Studies  (AIIS) maintains a collection of films that facilitate thought and discussion of American Indian issues and representations. This collection contains films from independent and Hollywood studios, documentaries, live performances, dramas, adventures, and more. Presently the main film format is VHS.

 

LENDING POLICY

We lend to any MSU faculty member. Additionally, we will consider lending to graduate students with faculty sponsors or student groups with faculty sponsors on a case-by-case basis. Films should be checked out close to the date of use and returned immediately after the event. However, films may be held for longer periods of time for research purposes on a case-by-case basis and if the borrower is willing to make every effort to return the film if others request it.

To Check Out Films, Contact:
American Indian and Indigenous Studies 
414 Baker Hall
East Lansing , MI 48824-1118
(517) 432-2193
aisp@msu.edu

 

American Indian films may also be found in other locations on campus, including:

The MSU Libraries' Digital and Multimedia Center

This collection features about 10,000 items, including videocassettes, videodiscs, DVDs, and other forms of media (audio, computer software). Many of these may be found in MAGIC, but some are only available through the unit's card catalog. If using MAGIC to search, you may want to use the keyword "video." Materials may be retrieved at the service desk on the fourth floor of the Main Library's west wing. Those videos that may be checked out may only be checked out for seven days (no renewals). For more information, see http://libguides.lib.msu.edu/c.php?g=95603&p=624352 for feature films), or contact Jon Harrison at 517-884-0855 or harris23@msu.edu with questions.

FILM & BIBLIOGRAPHIES

 

NEW ADDITIONS

Indian School: A Survivor's Story

Native Americans - A Tribute Paintings, Photographs, and Narraive History of the Native American Tribes of North America

 

FILMS

175th Anniversary, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Billy Jack
Billy Jack Goes to Washington
Black Robe
Broken Treaties
Clearcut
Cow Tipping: The Militant Indian Waiter
Dance Me Outside
Daughters of the Country
Dead Man
Drums Along The Mohawk
Follow the River
Geronimo: An American Legend
Grey Owl
High Horse
Honey Moccasin
Hopiit 1981
How Native Americans Feel About Michigamua
Imagining Indians
In the Light of Reverence: Protecting America 's Sacred Lands
Inside the Michigamua "Wigwam"
Jim Thorpe-All American
Kabloonak The Stranger
Lakota Medicine Walk- Hearing One Voice
The Last Of His Tribe
The Last of the Mohicans
Lighting the Seventh Fire
A Man Called Horse
Map of the Human Heart
Medicine River
Michael Naranjo: A New Vision
Michigamua Footage
Mother of Many Children
Native American Novelist Series (Partial)
Nanook of the North
Nanook Taxi
The Ojibwe Language Quiz Bowl
On and Off the Res' with Charlie Hill
On Deadly Ground
Once Were Warriors
Pepper's Pow Wow
Pow Wow Highway
Remarks of Kevin Gover at the 175th Anniversary, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Rio Bravo
Running Brave
The Searchers
Smoke Signals
The Spirit of Annie Mae
The Spirit of Crazy Horse
Sun Moon and Feather
The Sunrise Dance
Thunderheart

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175th Anniversary, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Billy Jack
Billy Jack Goes to Washington
Black Robe
Broken Treaties
Clearcut
Cow Tipping: The Militant Indian Waiter
Dance Me Outside
Daughters of the Country
Dead Man
Drums Along The Mohawk
Follow the River
Geronimo: An American Legend
Grey Owl
High Horse
Honey Moccasin
Hopiit 1981
How Native Americans Feel About Michigamua
Imagining Indians
In the Light of Reverence: Protecting America 's Sacred Lands
Inside the Michigamua "Wigwam"
Jim Thorpe-All American
Kabloonak The Stranger
Lakota Medicine Walk- Hearing One Voice
The Last Of His Tribe
The Last of the Mohicans
Lighting the Seventh Fire
A Man Called Horse
Map of the Human Heart
Medicine River
Michael Naranjo: A New Vision
Michigamua Footage
Mother of Many Children
Native American Novelist Series (Partial)
Nanook of the North
Nanook Taxi
The Ojibwe Language Quiz Bowl
On and Off the Res' with Charlie Hill
On Deadly Ground
Once Were Warriors
Pepper's Pow Wow
Pow Wow Highway
Remarks of Kevin Gover at the 175th Anniversary, Bureau of Indian Affairs
Rio Bravo
Running Brave
The Searchers
Smoke Signals
The Spirit of Annie Mae
The Spirit of Crazy Horse
Sun Moon and Feather
The Sunrise Dance
Thunderheart

Traditional Healing in the City
The Trial of Billy Jack
War Party
When They Took Their Power Back: Promoting American Indian Wellness & Healing through Community-Based Participatory Research

Winona LaDuke - Closing Keynote - Race in 21st Century America