For instance, I found a really great documentary about graffiti artists in New York City in the early 1980s.(Search tip: from Google Video, try “advanced search” and select “long” in the duration dropdown menu. I just checked out Fake News CNN, for the first time in a long time (they are dying in the ratings), to see if they covered my takedown yesterday of Jim Acosta (actually a nice guy). But they did say I already lost in my meeting with Putin. @Alliemal CNN @Acosta It’s like he was walking one day and he stepped in some dog poo..then he tried to get it off, and stepped in some more, then more and more...he’s stepped in a lot of poo so far :) Thank you @CNN correspondents for fighting the good fight and staying clean!
Categories range from politics to religion, the latter being highly emphasized.
The documentaries with religious subject matter represent filmmakers of all stripes, so watch with a grain of salt.
Another snag with Hulu is that it is only available to U. However, you might also see someone walk in front of the screen right during the movie.
If you’re interested in downloading movies for watching in the player of your choice on your computer, a site called Public Domain Torrents is a good source.
Here you can watch classics from the bad to the iconic.
The most viewed movie on the archive is the original 1968 version of Night of the Living Dead).There are several films that have been released under Creative Commons licenses or whose authors have simply stated that they are public domain, like in the case of the much talked-about Steal This Film.This documentary’s makers have encouraged free distribution and use of the movie, which explores the lives of those fighting against intellectual property rights. This site also allows for downloading and burning of all content. Google Video Not You Tube, but “regular” Google Video has a slew of full-length films you can watch for free.They may not be the newest or the most critically acclaimed movies (a popular title is Santa Claus Conquers the Martians) but there are a few interesting flicks in the collection.In truth, the site is nothing like You Tube and is mostly stocked with clips from TV shows, but there is the occasional feature film, such as the 2003 epic Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. These sites, such as Quick Silver Screen and Peekvid, are basically file-sharing services which allow users to upload whatever content they like without checking whether the person providing the video has the right to do so.