Film studies scholars rely on still images of film for teaching and research. However, two surveys administered to film and media studies graduate students at Indiana University in Bloomington showed that users are not always aware of library resources in this area. Users expressed their need for unique images created through screenshots, but they were hesitant to use them because of copyright restrictions. Many also requested further instruction in searching and using film stills, especially for publishing. This article discusses the research guide and workshop that the author created specifically for these users and addresses key issues in film still retrieval and use.