1. SnagFilms was nominated for a Webby Award for Best Online Film & Video site, and it’s…kind of a big deal.  Like, practice our acceptance speech with a shampoo bottle big deal.
If you love SnagFilms, click and vote for us! Your support means the world.
    http:/SnagFilms was nominated for a Webby Award for Best Online Film & Video site, and it’s…kind of a big deal.  Like, practice our acceptance speech with a shampoo bottle big deal

    SnagFilms was nominated for a Webby Award for Best Online Film & Video site, and it’s…kind of a big deal.  Like, practice our acceptance speech with a shampoo bottle big deal.

    If you love SnagFilms, click and vote for us! Your support means the world.

    http:/SnagFilms was nominated for a Webby Award for Best Online Film & Video site, and it’s…kind of a big deal.  Like, practice our acceptance speech with a shampoo bottle big deal

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    Apr 16 2:58PM
  2. Bet you can’t guess which movie this is from! Guess the subtitle {ANSWER}

    Bet you can’t guess which movie this is from! Guess the subtitle {ANSWER}

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    Apr 16 11:39AM
  3. Happy birthday, Jackie Chan. Watch him GO.

    Happy birthday, Jackie Chan. Watch him GO.

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    Apr 07 4:33PM
  4. On 20th Anniversary of Rwandan Genocide, Watch KINYARWANDA

    by Safana Khan

    Twenty years ago the world witnessed the grotesque Rwandan Genocide, which claimed nearly one million lives in the course of three days. The violence was a result of ethnic tensions between the Hutu and the minority Tutsi population. The perpetrators of violence did not discriminate in their carnage; they killed men, women and children. Entire families were destroyed and women were raped. Hutu who opposed killing the Tutsi were seen as traitors and killed as well. Watch this heart-wrenching film about forbidden love between a Tutsi woman and a Hutu man during a time of blind hatred:

    Imagine standing next to the man who killed your entire family. Now imagine whole-heartedly forgiving him and allowing him to coexist. Instead of seeking revenge, many Rwandans have opened their arms and hearts to those who violently altered their lives. After the genocide, the government created solidarity camps where prisoners were sent before being reintegrated into society. The film depicts these camps and the painful process of remembering the past. 

    These camps are a process of re-education and are key in the peace process, propelling Rwanda towards a brighter future. The Rwandan people have truly shown the world the power of forgiveness. 

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    Apr 07 4:09PM
  5. Happy birthday, Al Gore. Watch his most mind-blowing appearance ever.

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    Mar 31 2:45PM
  6. Happy birthday, Quentin Tarantino. Watch this classic film in his honor today — he’s a huge fan.

    Happy birthday, Quentin Tarantino. Watch this classic film in his honor today — he’s a huge fan.

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    Mar 27 11:25AM
  7. Movie Poster of the Day. Watch Attenberg online, free!

    Movie Poster of the Day. Watch Attenberg online, free!

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    Mar 26 10:45AM
  8. Snag Premiere: City LAX

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    "It’s about giving every kid a time during the day to shine." 

    Lacrosse may still harbor some lingering stereotypes as the go-to sport for prep-school jocks, but many coaches and players across the country are actively changing that perception. Directed by the acclaimed director of Blackfish Gabriela Cowperthwaite, City LAX focuses on a youth lacrosse program in Denver’s inner city. Struggling against the inequalities facing urban communities, these kids discover a new side of themselves, lacrosse stick in hand.

    It’s like one of Disney’s inspirational sports movies, but real life.

    Watch City LAX, streaming free for the first time, on SnagFilms now!

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    Mar 25 12:41PM
  9. Fan of Michael Haneke?

    Watch 4 of his best films online for free!

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    Mar 24 12:51PM
  10. March Madness

    What do Justin Bieber, Phil Spector, and Pablo Escobar all have in common?  Well, probably a lot more than we’d really care to imagine, but they’ve all seen their fair share of trouble with Johnny Law. With March Madness in full swing, we’re celebrating the bracketing spirit with a collection highlighting some of the most infamous cases of the past century.  Over the next few weeks we’ll be posting famous mugshots—literally head to head— in a clash of the convicted. Who’s got the most guilt-ridden smirk? You decide. Ladies and gentlemen, it’s MUGSHOT MADNESS. Watch it all go down:

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    Mar 17 12:54PM