About the Film and Media Studies collection and support
The Libraries provide access to a variety of services that make video, film, and television titles and collections available to the Stanford community for research and instruction. Collections cover the history of video formats. This page provides links to several of these services for searching or browsing through broad subject categories.
Marlon Riggs archive, including papers, videos, and personal items, 1957-1994View the collection
This collection documents the life and career of the documentary director, Marlon Troy Riggs, 1957-1994. The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, teaching files, project files, research, photographs, audiovisual materials, personal and biographical materials created and compiled by Riggs.
Lynn Hershman-Leeson papers, 1976-2004View the collection
A collection of archival papers, audio-visual media, publications, artifacts, photographs, letters, and other documents connected to Hershman-Leeson's art works and projects created between the 1970s and 2003.
Delmer Daves papers, 1930-1965View the collection
This collection comprises correspondence, play and film scripts, treatments of novels, adaptations, drafts, lists, photographs, diagrams, and working papers covering Daves's career in the motion picture industry in Hollywood (1930-1965). Correspondents include leading figures in the industry.