IndieFlix Brings the Film Festival Experience to Suffolk County Library Patrons

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Suffolk County Cooperative Library System in partnership with RBdigital from Recorded Books launches IndieFlix for Libraries, a premier online streaming service provider of award-winning independent films.

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IndieFlix provides our patrons with high quality independent movies not otherwise available.

Suffolk County library patrons now have access to IndieFlix, a new online streaming service that provides access to independent films, shorts, and documentaries for computers and mobile devices. Through, IndieFlix allows library card holders to view movies screened at more than 2,000 film festivals worldwide.

Users can search for titles or apply a variety of filters, such as genre, intended audience, or film festival, to find films that will appeal to them. Each title also includes a text summary, along with a listing of cast, crew, and awards won. IndieFlix enables users to submit films they created or produced for evaluation to be included in its catalogue.

“IndieFlix provides our patrons with high quality independent movies not otherwise available,” said Suffolk County Cooperative Library System Director Kevin Verbesey. “This is a new and unique service that allows film lovers to discover the best and quirkiest movies being produced.”

To access IndieFlix, simply go to, click on “free downloads”, enter your library card number in the barcode field, and login. Your ticket to thousands of independent films is just a click away!

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