Websites for Video and Movies to Use in Education
http://archive.org/details/movies Notice that this link actually opens the "video" tab in the archive, and there are many other links under this tab to choose from, such as Television and Communuty Video
Gary Price comments favorably about the TV archive:
British Pathe released 85,000 films on YouTube in April, 2014
There are some cool Quicktime VR movies in here, such as the Roman Forum in 1909.
The site provides a list of the Quicktime movies
MIT OpenCourseWare A/V courses
Videolectures.net is a referatory from Slovenia VideoLectures.net
Commercial/Educational for fee
Artbeats Digital Film Library Royalty-free digital stock footage. Sourced from motion-picture film with licensing that allows unlimited use for any purpose including broadcast.
Footage.net Stock, archive, and news footage network. Search footage trade’s stock, archival and news footage databases all at once.
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