In fulfilling its mission to bring film history to new audiences, Flicker Alley works with students, educators, and institutions alike in order to provide access to restored editions of classic, silent, avant-garde, and historic films.
Instructors can browse through our extensive catalog, which focuses on the importance and relevance of our international film heritage, and includes titles ranging from landmark documentaries like The Man with the Movie Camera and Nanook of the North, to silent classics like A Trip to the Moon or our Charlie Chaplin collections, while making sure to represent the under-appreciated gems of experimental and world cinema like Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology, Los Tallos Amargos (The Bitter Stems), and The Ancient Law.
If you are interested in one-time or short-run public screenings, please visit our Theatrical Page, as we offer public performance rights with customized formats and fees for both institutional and non-institutional venues.
Flicker Alley’s institutional licensing services include:
- Physical Media Rights: In partnership with Gartenberg Media Enterprises, DVD and Blu-ray publications are available on an exclusive basis for sale to educational organizations in North America (universities, libraries, & other cultural institutions). For more information, please contact:
- Digital Media Rights: In association with select institutional streaming and VOD platforms, Flicker Alley offers institutions a variety of streaming license options, such as cost-per-play for public libraries and patron-driven acquisition for universities, as well as subscription-based collections of streaming videos for academic settings. To learn more, please visit our partner sites below: