Streaming Video

Please Note: Most of these streaming video services will require login with your UTORid.

Alexander Street Video

Pro-Quest video service featuring the following collections: 60 Minutes; American History on Video; Anthropology; Art & Architecture; Asian Film; Audio Drama: The L.A. Theatre Works; Australasian Video; Black Studies; Business Education; Caribbean Studies; Classical Music; Counseling and Therapy; Criminal Justice and Safety; Current Affairs; Dance; Dental Education; Education; Environmental Studies; Fashion Studies; Filmakers Library; Food Studies; Health and Society; Latin America; LGBT Studies; Meet the Press; New World Cinema; Newsreels online; Nursing Education; Opera; Rehabilitation Therapy; Silent Film; Sports Medicine; Theatre; World History

Criterion-on-Demand

Video streaming service featuring thousands of films including recent Hollywood blockbusters. Please Note: This is not the 'Criterion Collection'. Some films are labeled as ‘Restricted’ and can only be viewed while on campus and connected to the U of T network.

Digital Theatre +

Streaming video of live plays and theatre productions. Includes theory, criticism and discussion with actors, writers and directors.

Henry Stewart Talks

Biomedical and life sciences video collection. Featuring lectures by leading world experts.

International Clinical Educators (ICE) Films

“Innovative streaming video collections, of real patients and therapists, created to inspire clinical excellence for faculty, students and clinicians in occupational therapy and physical therapy programs.”

Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE)

“JoVE creates the ultimate solutions for advancing research and science education by making and publishing videos of scientific experiments from the top laboratories around the globe.”

Kanopy

“We stream thoughtful entertainment to your preferred device with no fees and no commercials by partnering with public libraries and universities. Everyone from film scholars to casual viewers will discover remarkable and enriching films on Kanopy. Log in with your library membership and enjoy our diverse catalog with new titles added every month.”

McIntyre Media

Streaming video service for educational and curriculum content. “Canada's Leading Producer & Distributor of Educational Content”.

Medici.tv

“The world's leading classical music channel” Features streaming video productions of concerts, operas, ballets and documentaries.

NFB Campus - National Film Board of Canada 

“Our Collection includes documentaries, animations, experimental films, fiction and interactive works. We showcase films that take a stand on issues of global importance that matter to Canadians”. Please note: Some films are labeled as ‘Campus’ and can only be viewed while on campus and connected to the U of T network.

On Architecture

“OnArchitecture is an audiovisual archive of architecture online...It offers a deep and detailed panorama of the world’s main authors, works, experiences and issues related to the field of architecture.”

Paley Center Seminars

“A unique video collection of interviews and panel discussions recorded at The Paley Center for Media. The seminars feature industry insiders discussing the processes of television production, the impact of media on contemporary society, and much more.”

SAGE Video

“SAGE Video showcases highly relevant educational video across key social science disciplines. Each collection includes a breadth of video types to support diverse research and learning needs.”

Shoah Visual History Archive

“The Visual History Archive provides an opportunity to access digitized interviews taken with survivors and witnesses of the Holocaust. Includes 52,000 testimonies in 56 countries with Jewish, homosexual, Jehovah's Witness, and Roma (Gypsy) survivors, as well as liberators and Nuremberg trial participants.”

Socialism on Film

“Socialism on Film documents the communist world from the Russian Revolution through to the late 1980s. The digitised films cover all aspects of the socialist experience from everyday life and society to culture, the Cold War, memory and current affairs.”