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Library of Congress Debuts Virtual Screening Room for Historical Films

The Library of Congress introduced National Screening Room, a free collection of hundreds of hours of (mostly public domain) motion pictures dating from 1890. The public domain movies are downloadable, while those that are copyrighted are streaming-only. The initial launch features 281 titles, with more added every month going forward.

The collection has content such as:

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