Vintage motion pictures offering rich perspectives on the American Indian experience. The site organizes titles by tribes, linking to films for more than 100 tribes. Some films are educational shorts used in American schools from the 1930s to the 1970s.
A project from the Library of Congress provides access to 12 collections including: America at Work, America at Leisure: Motion Pictures from 1894-1915; The Life of a City: Early Films of New York, 1898-1906; Before and After the Great Earthquake and Fire: Early Films of San Francisco, 1897-1916; Origins of American Animation; Prosperity and Thrift: the Coolidge Era and the Consumer Economy, 1921-1929; The Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures; Theodore Roosevelt: His Life and Times on Film, and more.
Black Film Archive celebrates the rich, abundant history of Black cinema. We are an evolving archive dedicated to making historically and culturally significant films made from 1915 to 1979 about Black people accessible through a streaming guide with cultural context.
View thousands of films from the Prelinger Archives! The Prelinger Archives is a collection of films relating to U.S. cultural history, the evolution of the American landscape, everyday life, and social history.
Online database of information related to films, television programs, home videos, video games, and streaming content online. Originally a fan-operated website, the database is owned and operated by IMDb.com, Inc., a subsidiary of Amazon.
A project of the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education (MITE), it provides high-quality, multimedia content in the disciplines: Algebra, American Government, Biology, Calculus, Environmental Science, Physics, Psychology, Religion, Statistics, US History.
Provides more than 1,000 short-form videos, generally under 5 minutes, produced by the IMF. Search options permit searching by a combination of elements: Category, Country, Year, Language, and Keyword. Categories include: Countires and Regions, Economic Outlook, Speeches and more.
EUscreen is a network of European broadcasters and audiovisual archives, media scholars, and technical experts. The portal offers free access to thousands of archival audiovisual items. It brings together clips that provide an insight into the social, cultural, political, and economic events that have shaped the 20th and 21st centuries.
KQED Arts produces visually stunning and emotionally stirring stories about artists and culture makers, and is the creator of the Webby award winning national dance series, If Cities Could Dance. Headquartered in San Francisco, KQED Arts creates and distributes micro docs and short films, as well as series for digital and social. Since our launch in 2013, our producers have been collaborating with artists to amplify stories of resilience, creativity and community.
A collection of shorts. Seven years of films available on the site. Topics; Criminal Justice, Media, Environment, Family & Society, Gay/Lesbian, Gender/Women, Health/Health Advocacy, Human Rights, Immigration etc.
Provides more than 12,000 short clips from feature films licensed from Fox, MGM, Paramount, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros. The Movieclips player can be embedded in social networks as Facebook and MySpace, and shared on blogs, Twitter and other personal websites, and used in PowerPoint presentations. In addition to searching by title or actor, the site provide additional search capabilities for dialogue, genre, action, occassion, theme, and mood and categories including best kiss, tearjerkers, birthdays, holidays, awkward moments, action moments, bad guys and fight scenes. Reuse of the clips requires registering with the site.
Energy as well as the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Using innovative, state-of-the-art audio indexing and speech recognition technology from Microsoft Research, ScienceCinema allows users to search for specific words and phrases spoken within video files.
The Museum’s Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive is one of the world’s most comprehensive informational and archival resources for moving image materials pertaining to the Holocaust and World War II.
Provides online access to unique and historically important content produced by the public television and radio station WGBH. The ever-expanding site contains video, audio, images, searchable transcripts, and resource management tools, all of which are available for individual and classroom learning.