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Flathead Libraries Offer Free Movies Online

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A Flathead library card now gives you access to thousands of movies for free online.

You can even stream movies on Apple and Android tablets and cell phones anywhere with an internet connection.

The library pays $1,500 per year for IndieFlix.

In January, its first month, more than 200 people signed up for accounts.

Public services librarian April Szuch says the library hasn't been able to buy many of the independent and shorter films, but now you can watch them online.

"I've been on it a bit," said Szuch, "It's kind of like YouTube where you get caught up where you watch a little bit of this, a little bit of that."

You don't have to go to the library to sign up if you already have a card.

You can start streaming here.

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