This table will help you find the key shelf numbers in the library for books on film and television.
|302.2345||Television and popular culture||791.433||Animation|
|384.55||Television industries||791.43615||Science fiction films|
|725.8230941||Cinema Buildings, Great Britain||791.43616||Horror films|
|778.535||Editing, film||791.43655||Film noir|
|782.85||Music in film||791.4372||Screenplays|
|791.43||Film, general||791.45||Television genres|
|791.4301||Film theory, criticism||791.450232||Television, Production, Directing|
|791.43015||Genres, film||791.456||Television Drama, Reality|
|791.430232||Production, film||808.225||Writing for television|
|791.43025||Set Design, film|
|791.43028||Actors / Actresses|
|791.4309||History of cinema|
The DVD collection is on the 1st Floor Wing of the Library and consists of feature films, documentaries and recordings of television programmes. DVDs can be borrowed for 7 days and can be automatically renewed in the same way as your books.
Go to Library Search and enter the title of the film you want to see if we have it in stock
Foreign films are shelved under their original title not the English translation.
The general shelf number for feature films is 791.4372 and for television programmes is 791.4572.
Did you know that you can watch DVDs on the library's PCs if you don't have a player at home?
Just launch VLC Player via Apps Anywhere and insert the DVD into the drive on the right-hand side of the screen.
Remember to use headphones to avoid disturbing others.