Stream Free Online 200 Films from Tribeca Film Festivals




FYI: The Tribeca Film Festival is getting underway today. And to mark the occasion, Kanopy is showcasing a lineup of 200 titles from past festivals and letting you stream them free online. Kanopy writes:

Kanopy’s selection of Tribeca Film Festival titles includes recent festival favorites The Lovers, starring Debra Winger (An Officer and a Gentleman) & Tracy Letts (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), and Back Roads starring Alex Pettyfer (Stormbreaker) and  Jennifer Morrison (House). A selection of dynamic documentaries such as Dior and I and Planet of Snail is available alongside films with unforgettable female performances including Woman Walks Ahead, starring Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty) and Oscar-award winning short film The Phone Call, starring Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water). Several Tribeca-winning films including the 2015 Best Director winner About Elly and the 2017 Audience Award for Best Narrative Film, The Divine Order are also available.

You can find a complete list of Tribeca films here. As you may know, Kanopy offers a large collection of award-winning films and documentaries that are free to members of participating libraries. To see if your library is a participating member, visit this page on the Kanopy website.

Beyond the 200 films featured in the Tribeca collection, there are currently 30,000 films on the Kanopy service. Enjoy the shows.

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