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TV ads from classic American brands from the 1950s - 1980s. AdViews is a collaborative project between the Duke University Digital Collections Program and the Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History, as well as a number of other groups, at Duke University.
This repository contains over 450 non-fiction films that document Native lifeways from the Arctic Circle to Tierra del Fuego, with a large concentration on peoples of the Southwest. The films range from a 1922 silent newsreel to recent footage of pow-wows and political meetings in 2011. The majority of the films date to the golden age of U.S. educational and sponsored filmmaking after World War II up to the advent of portable video.
BFA spotlights Black films made from 1915 to 1979 that are available streaming. While many of the films must be rented or require subscriptions, there are notable freebies like Super Fly from1972 and Juke Joint from 1947.
Folkstreams is dedicated to finding, preserving, contextualizing, and showcasing documentary films on American traditional cultures. These documentaries focus on the culture, struggles, and arts of unnoticed Americans from many different kinds of communities.
An immense, wondrous assortment of film/video delights: classic feature films, daily alternative news broadcasts, cartoons, concerts, ephemera, archival footage, educational and industrial films, classic sports videos, television, and way more. Many of these videos are available for free download.
Get your Korean cinema fix with this YouTube channel devoted to selected films produced in South Korea during the past 70 years. The Korean Film Archive maintains this extensive collection. Subtitles in English provided!
Public Service Broadcasting Trust supports the independent documentary movement in India, producing over 52 films a year--with international accolades, frequent film festival invitations, and awards. You can watch many of them on the PSBT site or on YouTube, https://www.youtube.com/user/PSBTIndia/featured.