The Marian K. Heilbrun Music & Media Library offers many streaming resources for both audio and video. These resources are available to current Emory faculty, staff, and students.
The links on the right will take you directly to the login page for these databases. You will find everything from streaming access to Kurasawa's "Throne of Blood" (available through Kanopy Streaming Video) to multiple productions of Verdi's opera "Falstaff" (Met on Demand) and even a 2-hour video introduction to performing Shakespeare (Alexander Street Press accessed through "Music Online Listening")
Explore these resources and more by clicking a Quick Link to the right, logging in with your Net ID and password, and searching for the keyword "Shakespeare."
Currently, the library provides access to over 25,000 streaming videos, most of which are searchable in discoverE. They include a mix of
feature films, documentaries, performing arts and instructional videos. Our primary focus is on academic use, which can encompass popular titles as well.
Please bear in mind that many popular feature films (i.e. Hollywood movies) are not currently available for streaming to the academic market. They are only available on physical media such as DVDs. The Music and Media Library holds over 28,000 DVDs, the majority of which are available for students to check out overnight through our DVD-LEND program.
Video Streaming Collections:
Open Access Resources:
What is Open Access?
Open Access identified resources are resources which are free and immediately available online for all people. And it further means that all people have the right to use these marked resources freely (with little to no copyright or licensing restrictions).
Here is a selection of Open Access Shakespeare Resources: