Did you know that one of the perks you get with a Free Library membership is access to Kanopy, a video streaming service with 30,000 movies, documentaries, and TV shows?
To check out the available selections, all you have to do is visit KanopyStreaming.com and log in with your library card.
Keep in mind that Free Library cardholders can “Check out” up to four movies a month.
A Free Library card is free to anyone who lives, works, pays taxes or goes to school in Philadelphia.
Centered around the 1992 Los Angeles riots, Gook, which made its debut at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, traces the friendship between two Korean-American brothers who run their father’s shoe store and an 11-year-old black girl in the neighborhood.
Spanning seven years, Vasquez takes her audience on a journey through the polarizing, often thorny issue of immigration and brings to light issues never before considered in the immigration debate.
Based on director Wang Xiaoshuai’s biography, 11 Flowers tells the story of a young boy who encounters a criminal in the woods during the Cultural Revolution in China during the mid-1970s.
If you’re a movie enthusiast, you’ve probably heard about Seven Samurai, a samurai adventure that’s considered one of the greatest films ever made.