Take film with you over summer break with Kanopy

Three days of finals remain! Summer is close, and we imagine everyone wants to head home as soon as possible. It also means that you won’t have access to our gigantic DVD collection. Fear not: you can still stream a whole bunch of movies through Kanopy. We mentioned Kanopy last year; they have a huge … Continue reading “Take film with you over summer break with Kanopy”

Three days of finals remain! Summer is close, and we imagine everyone wants to head home as soon as possible. It also means that you won’t have access to our gigantic DVD collection.

Fear not: you can still stream a whole bunch of movies through Kanopy. We mentioned Kanopy last year; they have a huge library of streamable movies that you can access with your AU login. Just looking at their homepage, you can watch the George Takei documentary To Be Takei, the classic dinner conversation movie My Dinner with Andre, Hong Kong favorite In the Mood for Love, and the child-traumatizing Watership Down. That’s a seriously impressive lineup without even diving deeper into the collection, especially their documentaries.

If you’re aching to learn more about film on a day off, you can also watch the entire The Story of Film series through Kanopy. The Story of Film might be the greatest documentary series about the history of motion pictures, and you can binge the entire thing for free on a week off.

It’s ironic that as soon as classwork is done and you have the free time to watch things, you’re probably moving away from campus. But now you can take at least a big chunk of those films with you through Kanopy. Just remember your username!