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All of the new films listed on this page can be found in the Film Collection at the Circulation Desk in the Library. Unless otherwise noted here, they are available in DVD format.
In addition to our new films on DVD, we are constantly adding new films through our three film databases. These databases are:
Criterion On-Demand This link opens in a new window
Criterion On-Demand is a streaming video database of over 3000 major feature films from Warner Brothers Studios, Paramount Pictures, Lionsgate Studios, Miramax Studios, and more. It includes classic films as well as modern-day films.
Films On Demand This link opens in a new window
Films On Demand is a streaming video database of documentary and feature films from a wide range of sources, including the BBC, PBS, TED, National Geographic, and more.
National Film Board of Canada / Office National du film du Canada: CAMPUS This link opens in a new window
The National Film Board of Canada's / Office National du film du Canada CAMPUS website offers you access to thousands of NFB-produced streaming films, including Canadian documentaries, experimental films, and more.
When logging in to the above databases, remember that your username will be your seven-digit student number, followed by "@marianopolis.com" (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org). Your password will be the password you use to log in to the College's computers.
Gaz bar blues (DVD)
M. Brochu, "The Boss" runs his gas station despite repeated thefts and hold ups, and his strained relationships with his sons, who want more out of life than running a gas station. Through the minor tragedies of The Boss's life we meet the locals who hang around the gas station, trading stories and having a good laugh.
The Twinning Reaction (DVD)
In the 1960s identical twins and triplets were secretly split up in infancy and studied by psychoanalysts for decades. This documentary examines the traumatic, long-term effects of the separations - and continuing deception - on the twins and their adoptive families.