Stream Movies & More from Home

Stream Movies & More from Home

We are excited to announce even more options you have to stream movies and more from home. Kanopy and Hoopla both have titles you can stream or download without it counting as a checkout on your accounts! Read on to learn more about these digital movies, audiobooks, and eBooks.

 

Credit-Free Movies to Stream from Kanopy

Kanopy credit free titles to stream

Right now, Kanopy is providing a list of films for unlimited, credit-free viewing. These titles won’t count against your normal monthly limit. This is great if you’ve already hit your March limit! Grab your library card and try films, such as Super Size Me, Penny Serenade, and Circo.

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Kanopy is a newer digital resource at PGTPL but it became a fast favorite! Kanopy allows users to choose from thousands of classic and indie films, award-winning documentaries, world cinema, and every subject imaginable from The Great Courses and PBS. They even have Sesame Street! Visit our library apps page to learn more about using Kanopy and other services.

 

Bonus Borrows from Hoopla

Currently, Hoopla has a list of over 1,000 movies, albums, eBooks, audiobooks, and graphic novels you can enjoy. The titles are bonus borrows, and they won’t count against your monthly limits with Hoopla. Get your library card, and try some of these eBooks and audiobooks: Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen, Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter, Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney, and Plants Vs. Zombies by Paul Tobin. Also try streaming TV shows like Robot Chicken with Seth Green, and listen to albums like Back to Black by Amy Winehouse, and The Very Best of Prince by Prince.

Hoopla allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics, graphic novels, and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, phone or TV! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later.

 


Visit our website, plainfieldlibrary.net to explore the apps and databases that are available.

Learn about and apply for a Digital Library Card here.



We are reopening on Monday, May 18 with reduced hours and limited access to the building. Read details here. You can continue to access our digital collections here. As always, if you have questions, send us an email!