Cinestudio d’Or offers 100 movies that can be viewed online for free and legally

The Cinestudio d’Or, located in Valencia and owned by the Fayos family, recently celebrated its 70th anniversary since its inauguration in 1952. It is a room “ which has withstood countless crises, including the pandemic”, they explain from Cadena SER.

In its theaters we can see double screenings of films that have been in theaters not too many months They currently have Nido de Víboras and La Crónica Française, and next week they will screen No Time to Die and Drought Years.

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But these are not the only films offered by the Cinemas d’Or. Through their website, and under the hashtag #cineonline, they have made available to everyone an interesting selection of films that can be seen online and completely free of charge and legal.

If we enter the Cinestudio d’Or link, we can access the 100 titles that they offer us. Many of the films that appear on the list have also been previously screened in their theaters on the big screen.

Rtve, Rakuten Tv,, YouTube, Vimeo and Wikimedia are the pages that host the selection of 100 free movies from Cinestudio d’Or. All of these tapes are either in the public domain or part of the free catalog of fonts.

The only page that will not let us watch the movies directly will be Rakuten Tv, but once we have registered for free we can enjoy them.

The three categories that have stood out to make the selection of films and that we find the ones we are looking for more easily are: international cinema, Spanish cinemaandc classic ine. In the extensive catalog they offer, we can find titles that go from the 1920s to the present day.

Metropolis (1927) by Fritz Lan, Battleship Potemkin (1925) by Serguéi Eisenstein, My Big Night (2015) by Álex de the Church, Snow White (2012) by Pablo Berger, The Machinist (2004) by Brad Anderson > or The life of Adèle (2013) by Abdellatif Kechiche, are just some examples of the films available.