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Film and Video Collections

The film and video collections of the Pratt Institute Libraries encompass DVDs, BluRays, videos, 16mm films and streaming video subscriptions and are available to circulate in Visual and Multimedia Resources (VMR)

DocuSeek

Docuseek screen capture.Docuseek streams essential independent, social-issue and environmental films to colleges and universities, providing exclusive access to content from renowned leaders in documentary film distribution including Bullfrog Films, Icarus Films and Nation Film Board of Canada.

You can find a list of available films in our catalog.

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Electronic Arts Intermix


Electronic Arts Intermix screen capture.Electronic Arts Intermix offers hundreds of new and historical video and media art pieces which represent over 100 artists from all over the world.

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Alexander Street Press

Alexander Street Press Screen ShotAlexander Street Press is a publisher of award-winning online collections and videos for scholarly research, teaching, and learning. Our content is carefully curated by expert editors around specific subjects and disciplines, sourced from producers and archives around, the globe.

For questions about this collection and how to maximize its use, please contact video.library@pratt.edu.

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Kanopy

Kanopy Screen ShotKanopy is an on-demand streaming video service for educational institutions that provides 12 million students and faculty with access to more than 26,000 films each year. Kanopy works directly with filmmakers and film distribution companies to offer award-winning collections including titles from PBS, BBC, Criterion Collection, Media Education Foundation and more. Kanopy is headquartered in San Francisco, California and has offices in Sydney, Australia.

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Indigenous Peoples on Streaming

​Moana (1926)

In 1924, documentary film pioneers Robert and Frances Flaherty and family traveled to the Samoan island of Savaii to record the native life and make a film that would try to match the success of Nanook of the North.

Restored in 2K with native sounds and traditional songs that Flaherty's daughter recorded over a half-century after they shot it, Monica Flaherty's Moana is a beautiful work of docu-fiction and an important piece of film history.