Several hundred early motion pictures are viewable in the Library's American Memory collections. Video clips can be downloaded or streamed from the website. Collections include Coca-Cola, New York City (1898-1906), Consumer Economy, America at Work (1894-1915), Vaudeville and Popular Entertainment (1870-1920).
FedFlix features more than 3,300 films created by the US government on a topics ranging from the space program to WWII and the war on drugs. Films may be embedded in a webpage or online course, or streamed directly from the site. Films are available for download as MPEG4, Ogg, or MPEG2. The films in FedFlix are all in the public domain and may be used for any purpose.
Offers 12,000 free film clips from over 2,000 movies, all high-image-quality and sorted by actor, director, cinematographer, mood, prop, setting, composer, character type, and many more detailed options. The browse function works the best. Video clips can be embedded in webpages, facebook, twitter, and PowerPoint presentations for non-commercial purposes. This site provides easy, legal access to film clips.
Consortium of research and academic institutions to share the output of their researchers with the public. Viewers access programs online via a live webstream and an extensive video-on-demand library. The library houses more than 3,500 full-length programs that are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week