Good old Canadialand! Always at the forefront of digital democratization, their National Film Board has just put over 700 full-length films, trailers and clips online for free home viewing worldwide. From a 1969 documentary about Mohawk land disputes in rural Canada, to a heart-wrenching animation that follows the downward spiral of drug-addled Canadian animator Ryan Larkin, this vast archive of experimental film, documentary and animation (dating back to the roaring 20s) is a tribute to great left-of-field film-making across the board.
Complete with the full range of full-screen and shareware features it will have you hooked for hours, nay days! A worthy addition to our collection of fine Friends.