What is SnagFilms?

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"SnagFilms is committed to finding the world‘s most compelling documentaries, whether from established heavyweights or first-time filmmakers, and making them available to the wide audience these titles deserve.
SnagFilms.com is a website that broadcasts full-length documentary films for free, but we’re also a platform that lets you “snag” a film and put it anywhere on the web. With a library of 250 films, and rapidly growing, you’re bound to find films that resonate with your interests. We make it easy for you to find a film that shines a light on a cause you care about. You can then open a virtual movie theater on any web site, so any one can watch your favorite SnagFilms for free. SnagFilms can be summed up in four words: Find. Watch. Snag. Support."

SnagFilms’ Picks

Yoga, Inc
Yoga has transformed from an ancient spiritual practice into a competitive, commercialized, multi-million dollar industry. And for a practice rooted in renunciation, yoga sure is making some people very rich. Can yoga survive this war between the sacred and the profane with its good karma intact?

21 Days to Baghdad
21 Days to Baghdad
21 Days to Baghdad

Take a comprehensive look at Operation Iraqi Freedom, from the military buildup and the shock and awe campaign to the firefight in Basra and the toppling of Saddam Hussein’s statue. With spectacular footage and emotional first-hand accounts of soldiers, reporters and National Geographic’s award-winning production team, 21 Days to Baghdad provides an exclusive, inside look at the strategy behind and the pivotal moments of the war.

Peter Jennings Reporting: How to Get Fat Without Really Trying
Obesity is fast on its way to becoming the nation’s largest and most costly public health problem. While much of the public debate about obesity has focused on personal responsibility, PETER JENNINGS REPORTING: HOW TO GET FAT WITHOUT EVEN TRYING reveals how federal government agricultural policies and food industry practices are contributing to America’s growing obesity epidemic.
In this program, Jennings demonstrates for the first time how more federal agricultural subsidies are going to foods Americans should be eating less, while few subsidies go to foods we should be eating more. Jennings investigates the type of food products the packaged food industry introduces each year and finds that the vast majority of new food products are those that dietary guidelines say Americans should be eating least.

Beyond the Movie: Alexander the Great
Explore the fascinating true story of Alexander the Great, who lead his armies through 22,000 miles of sieges in 8 years. This film from National Geographic uncovers the mystery surrounding Alexander's life.