From Hollywood to Bollywood, Dvds Are a Hit!

Eye of the BeholderUniversity Libraries’ DVD collection has become one of our most dynamic, growing in size and popularity from Happenstancethe moment we began collecting them. From timeless classics to the latest cutting-edge independents and from the finest international films to acclaimed documentaries, a look at our top ten list confirms that we have something for everyone. Here are the most popular (highest cumulative circulation) titles:

  • Eye of the Beholder (1995) A thriller starring Ashley Judd and Ewan MacGregor.
  • Mulholland Dr. (2001) A moody mystery from director David Lynch.
  • Run, Lola, Run

  • Eyes on the Prize (1987) Landmark documentary on the Civil Rights Movement.
  • Pride and Prejudice (1995) A&E miniseries of the classic Jane Austen novel.
  • Monster’s Ball (2001) Halle Barry won an Oscar for her performance in this intense drama.
  • Happenstance (2000) French comedy/drama starring Audrey Tautou.
  • Frida

  • Frida (2002) Salma Hayek stars as the artist Frida Kahlo in this biopic.
  • Pride and Prejudice

  • All About My Mother (1999) This film from Spanish director Pedro Almadovar won the Best Foreign Language Oscar in 2000.
  • Breaking the Waves (1996) Dane Lars Von Trier directed this drama.
  • Run Lola Run (1998) This fast-paced thriller hails from Germany.

Dan Forrest
Coordinator of Access

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