A significant portion of the work produced by this esteemed group of filmmakers, including UCLA student films, independent shorts, theatrically-released motion pictures and television projects—as well as select interviews—is available for onsite research viewing by appointment at the Archive Research and Study Center, located in Powell Library on the UCLA campus. To arrange onsite research viewing, please contact the Archive Research and Study Center.
The Archive’s major initiative to collect, conserve and provide access to titles relevant to the L.A. Rebellion is ongoing.
For a listing of L.A. Rebellion titles held at UCLA, please consult the Archive Catalog. Catalog records for L.A. Rebellion titles can be viewed by 1) entering "L.A. Rebellion" in the Search box and 2) selecting the Topic or genre/form search type. You may also wish to review the Archive's L.A. Rebellion Filmography for additional information. Titles in the Filmography marked with "Available for research at UCLA" can be viewed by appointment on the UCLA campus by contacting the Archive Research and Study Center.
For additional study, note that the Archive also holds many film and television titles by and about African Americans, as well as collections that can provide additional historical context to the issues and themes explored by the L.A. Rebellion, such as Hearst Metrotone News Collection and News and Public Affairs (NAPA).