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Here are some of the video streaming services available through the Harvard Library.  For others see eResources. Most of the individual films are listed in HOLLIS+.

Alexander Street Video
Videos are available in seven subject collections: American history, dance, ethnic studies, ethnography, opera, theatre, and world history

American History in Video
American History in Video will contain 2,000 hours and more than 5,000 titles of commercial and governmental newsreels, archival footage, public affairs footage, and documentaries, when complete. Sources include United News, Universal Newsreel, The History Channel, A&E Network, and Longines Chronoscope.

Digitalia Film Library
Digitalia Film Library offers streaming video of films and documentaries from Latin America, Europe and North America. Special collections feature Argentine, French, and North American classic cinema.

Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video service for universities that offers  titles on a broad range of subjects including anthropology, architecture, art, gender & race, environment & sustainability, health, business, law, media, politics and psychology/sociology.

PBS Video Collection
The PBS Video Collection: Second Edition assembles hundreds of documentary films and series throughout PBS history into one online interface. Includes streaming access from PBS series American Experience, American Masters, Empires, Frontline, History Detectives, NOVA, Odyssey, films of Ken Burns and Michael Wood.

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