You Tube Screening Room: The Screening Room presents high quality, short independent films to You Tube users and promises to roll out four new films every two weeks.

OVGuide is an up-to-date guide to online video, including TV shows, movies, and video games. Paramount Vault: For US viewers only, Paramount Pictures has put on Youtube a collection of Paramount full-length films, divided into the following categories: Classics, Comedy, Action/Adventure, Drama, Horror, Westerns, Science Fiction & Thrillers.

PBS Video: PBS hosts online a new film based on Michael Pollan's bestseller, Botany of Desire. Quick Silver Screen: This site essentially puts torrents online and lets you watch films posted by other users, including many new films.

From what I can tell, it's done in partnership with Hulu.

But this collection has the advantage of pointing you to some decent films. You can also find another re-packager of Hulu flix over at

Creative Commons: The folks who gave us the Creative Commons license host a wiki where you can find a good number of freely available films. You can find free classic movies and television shows right here.

And you'll also find at the Film Annex many films from independent filmmakers and directors.

The Archive serves as a comprehensive informational and archival resource worldwide for moving image materials pertaining to the Holocaust and related aspects of World War II." The Though this site typically offers arts films on a pay-per-view basis, it does feature a series of free films.

Each month, a free film is featured (see example here).

Korean Film Archive - Assembled with the help of Google, the archive features 98 classic Korean films.

Movies include A Hometown in Heart, made in the early years of Korean Independence; debut film of noted auteur Sang-soo Hong The day a pig fell into a well; A Coachman, the first Korean film to win awards internationally; and more.

The site also hosts free international films restored by Martin Scorsese's Word Cinema Foundation, mentioned below.