Movies & Music

November Multimedia Display

Posted November 8, 2017

For the month of November student workers in the Multimedia Center have created a display of movies and TV series that they are thankful for from the Multimedia Collection. The selection is broad and includes classics, feel good movies, and more!

The display includes these titles and more:

The display will stay up for the entire month. Stop in and borrow a movie that YOU are thankful for!

Service Dogs Film Series

Posted October 25, 2017

We're celebrating movies that feature service dogs. Join us on Tuesdays in Studio 235 (Dimond Library, level 2). All movies begin at noon. Feel free to bring your lunch!

Movie Schedule

  • November 7: Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog (101 minutes)
  • November 14: Prison Pups (59 minutes)
  • November 21: Guide Dogs - Part of the Series: Curiosity Quest (28 min)
  • November 28: Dogs on the Inside: Abused Dogs and Prison Inmates Healing (67 minutes)

Questions? Email the Multimedia Center or call 603-862-2309.

October Scary Movie Display

Posted October 6, 2017

Get into the Halloween spirit with a film from the Multimedia Center (Dimond, level 2) Scary Movie Display during the month of October!

Scary Film Collection

Choose from a variety of spooktacular movies, including:

Halloween Streaming

October 31, 12-1 in Studio 235
Join us for a free showing of Vampires (part of the Monsters Among Us series) on Halloween.

Be sure to stop by the Multimedia Center for all your Halloween movie needs all October!

Wildlife Day Film Display & Series

Posted August 25, 2017

We're celebrating National Wildlife Day with a movie display through the month of September. You can find these films and many more in our Multimedia Center. We are also streaming a series of videos in Studio 235 for Wildlife Wednesdays.

Wildlife Wednesdays

Film showings are free and open to UNH students, faculty, and staff.
September 13
American Gathering at 11 a.m.
Red Wolf Revival at 12 p.m.

September 20
The Journey of the Broad-winged Hawk at 11 a.m.
From Billions to None: The Passenger Pigeon’s Flight to Extinction at 12 p.m.

September 27
Bat City, USA at 11 a.m.
Penguin Counters at 11:45 a.m.

Film Display

Our display features wildlife-centered films, such as:

Video Display to Celebrate Great Outdoors Month

Posted June 6, 2017

Our June video display features a variety of films to help you celebrate Great Outdoors Month.

The display features films such as:

Our videos are available to borrow from our Multimedia Center. Come get your nature-inspired movie night pick today!

Earth Day Movie Display

Posted April 4, 2017

To celebrate Earth Day, the Library Multimedia Room (Dimond, level 2) is displaying an assortment of films about our planet for the month of April.

This display features:

Make sure to stop by, check out some films, and celebrate Earth.

National Film Registry Picks on Display in Multimedia

Posted January 5, 2017

Every year 25 motion pictures are inducted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress. The movies are chosen based on their cultural, historical, or aesthetic importance. This month's movie display in our Multimedia Center (Dimond, level 2) features a selection of these significant films.

The display includes titles such as:

This display will be up until February. Movies can be borrowed for up to a week.

Halloween Scary Movie Display

Posted October 12, 2016

Celebrate Halloween with a film from the Multimedia Center (Dimond, level 2) scary movie display during the month of October.

Choose from a variety of scary movies guaranteed to spook you to the bone!

…such a creepy assortment of films, eek!

Some less scary films are also included in the display,

For those looking for a Halloween film that won't leave you under the covers.

Make sure to stop by the Multimedia Center for all your Halloween movie needs.

Multimedia Display: Music for Studying

Posted September 21, 2016

To highlight our large music collection, the Library Multimedia Room presents Music for Studying. This display features mostly classical and instrumental music that provide a calm study environment.

The display includes:

and many more from Mozart, Bach, Brahms, Pachelbel, and others.

UNH professors gave their own recommendations for what students might listen to while studying:

Our student workers also contributed their favorite CDs for studying, which adds some modern music to the collection.

Also check out the online classical music database, the Classical Music Library, or one of the many more music databases available to UNH students, faculty, and staff!

This display will be open until mid-October, so make sure to stop by when studying for classes!