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Introducing Visulite Virtual Cinema.
Every time you stream a film on this page, a portion of the proceeds goes to your friends at the Visulite. Watch great films and help your local cinema at the same time! We can't wait to hear what you think of these movies.
New films opening each week!
Documentary Bundle: Toni Morrison The Pieces I Am, Whose Streets?, and I Am Not Your Negro
"The tone is generally celebratory and, given Morrison's extraordinary impact on American letters, deservedly so." - Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader
"Whose Streets? doesn't pretend to solve any problems, only illuminate those that are happening everyday. It's a documentary that lives and breathes in the here and now." - Adam Graham, Detroit News
"Simply put, I Am Not Your Negro is essential viewing for all Americans." - Steven Prokopy, Third Coast Review
"It's truly refreshing to watch a film where nobody has anything figured out, where life proceeds messily and imperfectly. Saint Frances is unpredictable in a very human way." - Sheila O'Malley, RogerEbert.com
"This is the kind of movie that makes you feel less lonely." - Sean Burns, The ARTery
The Best of CatVideoFest
"Even dog people ... will find the kittens too lovable to resist." - Sean Collier, Pittsburgh Magazine
"A thrilling social parable for contemporary politics - in Brazil specifically but with enough universality to have it feel familiar enough abroad." - Manuel Betancourt, Remezcla
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"If you've never experienced the Romanian New Wave, The Whistlers is as good a place as any to start." - Alonso Duralde, TheWrap
Once Were Brothers
"Even at its most painful, the Band's story captures something golden, incendiary and wistfully beautiful." - Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
The Etruscan Smile
"The film has energy and spirit, thanks to Cox's bright, charming performance." - Rex Reed, Observer