Showing films outside of a class setting or a small informal group of friends is called a "public performance" and usually requires special licenses. Here's information on showing a film or using portions of films in your own work.
With content spanning the 1900s to present, includes streaming access to more than a century of African history, politics, and culture. Propaganda films from South Africa’s Information Service and newsreels from African Mirror, showing life under apartheid and major historical events. Documentaries and interviews, sociopolitical documentary films and feature films.
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View video recordings of contemporary British theater productions, including those by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Using the Chrome browser is recommended for best playback.
Programs from several current and classic PBS series are available for viewing online: Antiques Roadshow, Bill Moyers Journal, Charlie Rose, Great Performances, NOVA, NOVA scienceNOW, Frontline, Frontline/World, Julia Child, Masterpiece, Nature, The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, American Masters, and American Experience.
More than 200 short films and videos from the world's largest film and television archive. Selections include early documentary and comedy films, rare early color films, cartoons, experimental films, and wartime propaganda films.