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The Library licenses thousands of films to stream from a number of companies. Most of these films can be found in HOLLIS+ by searching for the title of the film or film series and limiting the resource type to film / video.
Here is a selection of the collections licensed by the Library. (Follow links to browse films in each collection):
Kanopy is a video streaming service that provides access to over 26,000 films with broad and interdisciplinary content. The films are mostly documentaries, but Kanopy also includes classic and popular films in its portfolio. Kanopy is growing quickly as the service adds about 400 films each month. All films come with public performance rights, so group viewings at HKS and across Harvard are encouraged.
- PBS Video Collection in Alexander Street offers access to hundreds PBS documentary films and series. It includes streaming access for American Experience, American Masters, and Frontline. Content from these series is also available in the PBS Collection in Kanopy.
See our Visual Media Resources guide for more resources.