The Berkeley Language Center Library of Foreign Language Film Clips (BLCFLFC) is a collection of foreign film clips designed for instructional purpose. Instructors can select film clips, annotate, add comments and transcript, and then add the clips to the lesson. LFLFC currently holds 1715 films and 16,757 film clips. The collection includes films in 52 languages. Instructor can use keywords to find either individual clip or comple film.

The database is only available for faculty and graduate students (email from supervisor detailing use) from participating institutions, UH Mānoa is one of them. You need to apply for an account to access the BLCLFLFC.

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BLCLFLFC home page

Additional resources:

Film as Source Material in Advanced Foreign Language Classes
Eight ways to use video with English language learners
Theory-Driven Use of Digital Video in Foreign Language Instruction