- Sarah Gough
What do death and ecological conservation have in common? More than you might think.
- Allison T.
Check out some new non-fiction films on DVD just added to the library's collection:
- Sarah Sawicki
As a child of the 80's, I remember so many fun movies that I want to share with my kids. What I'm finding is, they are much scarier and have much worse language than I remember! The Goonies is one of my favorites from childhood but on watching it as a parent, I find it has tons of bad language - boy, those Goonies had potty mouths! Space Camp was fun and my kids enjoyed it. So far, the Star Wars original trilogy is fine. Raiders of the Lost Ark is a great movie, and I can't wait to watch that with my kids. I'm also looking forward to watching Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, The Neverending Story, Willow and Time Bandits. I've requested all these at Richland Library's Film & Sound, and I'll update you when we've watched them!
- MaryKate Q.
Brrr…it’s sure starting to feel like the holiday season out there! Ok, we fib—we know were still on the weather rollercoaster here in Columbia. Don’t worry, it’s still perfectly acceptable to wear your shorts and watch holiday movies at the same time—we won’t judge. However, we will be quite unhappy if you don’t checkout a few of our awesome, albeit less classic holiday movies choices below. Did we miss your favorite? Let us know below.
- MaryKate Q.
Did you know that Richland Library has over 2200 foreign language films? We’re currently working on film guides to make it easier to browse all of these great titles. In the meantime, checkout some of the links below to get a sampling of our robust foreign film collection. Not enough to tide you over? Call Film & Sound at 803.929.3450 for personalized assistance or visit us at the Main Library.
- Bland L.
The long-awaited movie adaptation of the Belgian comic artist Hergé's Tintin adventures was released in the US on 21 December 2011. The movie, directed by Steven Spielberg and produced by Peter Jackson, had its premiere in October in Belgium and was a smash hit throughout Europe.
- Jake Duffie
Television used to be the medium of transition for actors. Young stars sought a steady paycheck and name recognition, all in the hopes of catapulting into a lucrative career in movies. Television also served as the place where the careers of movie actors went to die: has-beens strutting across prefab sets in the latest sitcom or warmed-over cop show.