This paper will review the experiences of the LSU Libraries with its film series, which has been running to this point for two years. The authors will investigate the "nuts and bolts" of an academic library initiating a film series, some of the pitfalls and opportunities such a series entails, and how those pitfalls can be managed and opportunities capitalized upon, as well as touching on some theoretical issues related to these matters, such as collaboration between libraries and faculty, the academic library as place, and "engagement" vs. "outreach."
Blessinger, K. D., Braunstein, S., Abraham Cramer, J., Smith Griffin, L., & Hrycaj, P. (2015). Implementing a Film Series for Community Engagement. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/libraries_pubs/50