Just for Kids
The Just for Kids Streaming Video Collection includes videos of storytime favorites like Berenstain Bears, Dr. Seuss, and Franklin the Turtle all kid-safe and ad-free.
IMDb is the world’s most popular and authoritative source for information on movies, TV shows, and celebrities. Products and services to help fans decide what to watch and where to watch it include: the IMDb website for desktop and mobile devices; apps for iOS and Android; and IMDb X-Ray on Fire TV devices. IMDb also offers a free streaming channel, IMDb TV, and produces IMDb Original video series.
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Classic Cinema Online
This site specializes in hundreds of old westerns, dramas, silents and movie serials that can be searched by title or by genre.
Internet Moving Image Archive
This is the best site for watching or downloading public domain films. A sub-site of the Internet Archives (www.archives.org), it provides near-unrestricted access to thousands of digital films uploaded by Archives users. Users may search by title or genre, with topics ranging from classic feature-length movies and news broadcasts to cartoons and musical performances. The largest collection is comprised of over 1,200 “ephemeral” (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films made from 1927 through the present.
Open Culture catalogs educational media from around the web, including over 1,100 free movies and links to free Oscar Winners, Hitchcock, and Chaplin films; it also provides a useful list of other free movie sites.
Pluto TV is a free video streaming service that provides a “TV Guide”-type experience in which you can browse through a channel lineup and “tune into” hundreds of online movie, news, music and sports offerings.
YouTube is no longer just a place to watch cute cat videos and movie trailers. You can browse YouTube Channels to find numerous free classic movies, film noirs, westerns, and documentaries that you can watch in their entirety online. Video Cellar’s Classic Movies channel is one of the best for B-movies and cult films. And not all are just old public domain films; Paramount Pictures’ official channel The Paramount Vault showcases a collection of their classic feature-length films.
Documentary Heaven is an educational website dedicated solely to bringing you the very best documentary films sourced from all over the internet. They have thousands of free thought-provoking documentaries for you to choose from which fall into a wide range of categories.
Documentary Tube doesn’t host videos, but displays embedded full-length documentaries that can be searched by subject and playlists.
Explore.org is the world’s leading philanthropic live nature cam network and documentary film channel best known for their live wildlife feeds.
Folkstreams.net offers viewers access to a national archive of hard-to-find independent documentary films about American folk culture and arts from different regions and communities.
Top Documentary Online (TDF) is an alternative educational resource for watching over 3,000 full-length documentaries online. Like Documentary Tube, it doesn’t host videos but displays embedded media from other sites like Google Videos and YouTube.