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To request films for classes, use the Course Reserves page at http://guides.library.illinois.edu/reserves under Requesting Purchases for Reserves.
Atoma Batoma | firstname.lastname@example.org | Africa
Courtney Becks | email@example.com | African American & Jewish
Paula Carns | pcarns@.illinois.edu | Iberia, France, Scandinavia
Kit Condill | condill@.illinois.edu | Eastern Europe & Eurasia
Laila Hussein | firstname.lastname@example.org | Middle East & North Africa
ShuYong Jiang | email@example.com | China
Matt Roberts | firstname.lastname@example.org | US and UK |
Lisa Romero | email@example.com | Production & Industry
Yoo-Seong Song | firstname.lastname@example.org | Korea
Antonio Sotomayor | email@example.com | Latin America & Caribbean
Marek Sroka | firstname.lastname@example.org | Germany and Poland
Steve Witt | email@example.com | Japan
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Brigitte Mira and El Hedi Salem in Angst essen Seele auf (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, West Germany 1973)
This guide provides an overview of how to locate Books, Films, Popular Reviews and Scholarly Criticism, and information about World Cinema and Animated Film.
In this guide:
Book summaries text is taken from Books in Print.
Jack Haley, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger and Bert Lahr in The Wizard of Oz (Victor Fleming, USA 1939)