A curated collection of films for the Northeastern community, including feature films as well as high-interest documentaries. You may use Scholar OneSearch to find out if Northeastern has a particular film. Closed captions and transcripts included.
Instructors may request access via the request form in Kanopy.
If you live in Massachusetts and wish to use Kanopy outside of academic use, the Boston Public Library (BPL) offers Kanopy for free, up to 4 films a month. First BPL Kanopy-related info .
Digital Campus, provided by Swank Motion Pictures, Inc. provides students streaming access to course-related films. These films are licensed for one year and do not come with public performance rights.
Swank Digital Campus may require the latest version of Chrome or Firefox to work properly. Safari and Internet Explorer on older versions of Windows are not supported.
Please note: On mobile devices you will be directed to download the Swank Digital Media Player when attempting to access a video. After you download the app, the link to play the video will open in the Swank Digital Media Player app.
"A short film in which nonspeaking autistic people talk about how nonspeakers are represented in books, theatre, and film. They provide guidance for changing the narrative. Learn more and access transcripts, translations, and a toolkit here: CommunicationFirst.org/Listen/"