Lumière (originally known as the Library of Foreign Language Film Clips) was created by the Berkeley Language Center in 2008. This online library contains 20,389 clips drawn from 5,697 films in 62 languages.
UST Faculty can use clips that have already been created or create their own. Also, entire films are available. The clips/films can be requested only from films St. Thomas and Berkeley both currently own.
To access Lumiere, click in the following link: https://lumiere.berkeley.edu/login select “Apply for an Account.” Under “User institution” be sure to select University of St. Thomas (MN) and include your department and role. For more information, contact Cindy Badilla-Meléndez, Head of the Music & Media Collections.
For detailed instructions on how to use Lumière do to this link: https://libguides.stthomas.edu/Clips/Lumiere
This Collection is limited to faculty only. The Collection cannot be used for campus screening (not for public events).
In order to approve your account, you must agree to post the URLs only in Canvas, where access is limited to students enrolled in your class; do NOT send links via email to your students.