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Latina/o, Caribbean, & Latin American Studies Subject Guide — Finding Audiovisual Materials

Topics and resources for Latina/o, Caribbean, & Latin American Studies

Finding Audiovisual Materials

UConn Library's Streaming Videos Collection

Image of header for streaming video collectionUConn Library's Streaming Videos Collection includes a searchable list of around 70,000 titles 

Alexander Street

Alexander Street Logo Alexander Street Press features streaming videos on subjects including anthropology, business, counseling, film, health, history, music, and theatre. The materials include documentaries, interviews, feature films, performances, news programs and newsreels, and demonstrations.

Alexander Street Press offers the Ethnographic Video Online collection which includes historic and contemporary ethnographies, documentaries, and shorts from every continent, including hundreds of cultural groups and practices around the world. It also includes the Academic Video Online collection with more than 66,000 titles. English. Includes Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Quechua materials.

Films on Demand

Films on Demand LogoThe Films on Demand collection includes documentary films on topics in the humanities and social sciences, including three documentaries in the 1992 Women in Latin America series. English


Kanopy LogoKanopy offers access to a select number of streaming documentaries, classic films, and feature films. English. Includes Spanish-language films

Latin American and Spanish Videos Freely Available on the Internet: A Guide to Web Resources

Screen shot of guideCreated by Jesús Alonso-Regalado, Librarian for Latin American and Hispanic Studies at SUNY Albany, this detailed guide includes links to freely available films and videos from and about Latin America and the Caribbean. English

Retina Latina

Retina Latina LogoRetina Latina is a public, digital platform for Latin American and Caribbean cinema. It is supported by the Inter-American Development Bank and the UNESCO International Fund for Cultural Diversity. Registration is free but required to view the films. Spanish