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Kanopy partners with public libraries and universities across the USA to bring you ad-free films and series that can be enjoyed on your TV, mobile phone, tablet and online.

Enjoy critically-acclaimed movies, inspiring documentaries, award-winning foreign films and more.

Not all libraries or universities connect with Kanopy, or Hoopla services. Click below links to find a library near you that offers streaming through one of these service. If you find a library near you that offers streaming, you will need a library card from that library before you can stream movies (or other items) free.

The number of titles you can borrow per month depends on the library. The exact details of your number of selections available each month, and how titles are counted toward your monthly credit is available online when you visit the Kanopy service and have selected your library. This information is available directly from your library as well.

For public libraries, check to see if your library has made Kanopy available HERE. Then type in the name of your library, or enter your zip code to display nearby libraries that have made Kanopy available.

For universities, check to see a list of available university libraries HERE. Then type in the name of your university to see if they have made Kanopy available.

Then review selections available and start streaming movies (or other items) free with your public library card or university login.

Kanopy Kids is a collection of movies and shows for kids available in public libraries. Your US public library offers unlimited plays in Kanopy Kids, so your kids are free to explore educational and entertaining films and TV series.

Using the Kanopy APP, you will need a free Kanopy account that specifies which library you belong to, and your library card number. If you are not a member of a library, review their list of library clients to find a library system near you that use one of the these services. Then get a library card from that library.