Did you know that the library provides access to several streaming film resources? You've probably heard of Kanopy, but did you know about EAI Educational Streaming, Art & Architecture in Video, or the BBC Drama Collection? In addition to these subscription resources, we can also direct you to film and video sources on the open Internet like UbuWeb, VDB TV, the Archive of American Television, and more! As always, if you have a question, ask us!
 
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Kanopy is a streaming video platform with a "Netflix-like" user experience and a broad selection of over 30,000 documentaries, feature films and training videos from thousands of producers. Featured producers in Kanopy's collection include Criterion Collection, PBS, New Day Films, The Great Courses, California Newsreel, Kino Lorber, Media Education Foundation, First Run Features, BBC, and many more.

 
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EAI Educational Streaming is a new platform from Electronic Arts Intermix, and is a major resource for video and media art. It includes videos, biographies, and related articles and media for over 60 artists, like Martha Rosler, John Baldessari, and Pipilotti Rist, with more artists being added on an ongoing basis.


 
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Art and Architecture in Video is an online streaming film collection with 690 videos containing over 500 hours of documentaries and interviews illustrating the theory and practice of a variety of art forms and providing the context necessary for critical analysis.


 
The BBC Drama collection from Drama Online features streaming film adaptations of classic and contemporary plays from Sophocles and Shakespeare, to Oscar Wilde, Henrik Ibsen, August Strindberg, Bernard Shaw and contemporary writers, Michael Frayn and Joe Penhall. It also contains plays, audio files, and scholarly texts on drama and theater. Students studying Sophocles' Theban plays Oedipus RexOedipus at Colonus, and Antigone will find the playtext as well as filmed adaptations.