Innis Library and Computer Lab provides facilities, resources and services in support of College courses and programs, as well as to the University community as a whole. The Library's independently administered collections operate within the University of Toronto Library System and are available to the entire Universiity of Toronto community, though the vast majority of its users are associated with the College.
Innis Library's holdings are included in the University of Toronto Library's online catalogue (UTCat). At present these consist of approximately 5,000 items, composed of monographs and serials, both print and online. While the majority of the material in the collection supports students and faculty of the Cinema Studies Institute, the Library also supports the Urban Studies and Writing and Rhetoric programs, both situated at the College.
Selected recent acquisitions - Cinema Studies
- Anderman, Jens. New Argentine cinema.
- Brockmann, Stephen. A critical history of German film.
- Bukatman, Scott. The poetics of Slumberland: animated spirits and the animating spirit.
- Chinese women's cinema: transnational contexts. Edited by Lingzhen Wang.
- Crawford, Garry. Video gamers.
- Dyer, Richard. In the space of a song: the uses of song in film.
- Frayling, Christopher. Sergio Leone: something to do with death.
- Ganti, Tejaswini. Producing Bollywood: inside the contemporary Hindi film industry.
- Hansen, Miriam Bratu. Cinema and experience: Siegfried Kracauer, Walter Benjamin, and Theodor W. Adorno.
- Hatch, Kevin. Looking for Bruce Conner.
- Music in the Western: notes from the frontier. Edited by Kathryn Kalinak.
- Postcolonial cinema studies. Edited by Sandra Ponzanesi and Marguerite Waller.
- Theorizing world cinema. Edited by Lúcia Nagib, Chris Perriam and Rajinder Dudrah.
- Transnational Asian identities in Pan-Pacific cinemas: the reel Asian exchange. Edited by Philippa Gates and Lisa Funnell.