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Films on Demand: Films on Demand

Films on Demand

We recommend using Firefox, Chrome, or Edge browsers.  Films on Demand does not work well with Internet Explorer.  There is now a Chrome extension to make it easier for you to watch films.

Searching for Specific types of films

You may search or browse for films by title or genre. On some pages, you may filter by MPAA ratings, copyright year, and genre.

Searching for specific criteria

On the homepage, use the search bar at the top to search for keywords in the title or description.

Feature Films for Education homepage header with search box highlighted in yellow

Use the Advanced Search page to search for keywords and/or search by Producer, Copyright Year, Genre, or Language (there are a few Spanish-language films and several with Spanish subtitles). Other advanced search features listed don't actually provide additional functionality.

FFE Advanced Search page showing multiple keyword search boxes and several filters including Producers, Copyright Date, and Genre


Just Browsing?


If you just want to look around and see what's there, you may browse the suggested titles on the homepage. Hover over a film’s image to see a brief description as well as sharing and linking tools.

Feature Films for Education homepage section of 5 film images in the documentary genre, with the middle film highlighted to show the description and sharing tools that appear when a mouse hovers over it

From the Menu icon at the top left, you may choose to browse all genres or all titles.

FFE homepage header with dropdown menu open and circled in red, showing options for Home, Browse Genres, and Browse All Titles

FFE Browse Genres page showing film genre tiles




Thank you to Pierce College for their screenshots and clear directions!