MGM and Warner Bros. gems
If your library hasn’t started using a Cost Per Circ (CPC) plan, what are you waiting for? CPC plans give patrons simultaneous access to hundreds of fantastic streaming videos from Warner Bros. and MGM. Here is just a small sample of the great titles available via CPC:
Casino Royale (NR) – A hilarious spy spoof starring comedy great Peter Sellers as James Bond. This title was nominated for an Oscar, a BAFTA Award, and a Grammy.
Death at a Funeral (R) – Two words: Peter Dinklage.
Last Tango in Paris (NC-17) – Marlon Brando delivers an outstanding performance as a widower who channels his grief into clandestine relationship with a young Parisienne. This film was nominated for two Oscars and a Golden Globe.
Things You Can Tell Just By Looking at Her (PG-13) – The stories of five women are loosely intertwined in this drama featuring a powerhouse cast of female stars: Glen Close, Cameron Diaz, Calista Flockhart, and Holly Hunter. Hunter received an Emmy nomination for her role.
Warner Bros. titles
Death to Smoochy (R) – Ed Norton and Robin Williams are a dynamic duo in this comedy that explores the darker side of children’s television.
Everything is Illuminated (PG-13) – Elijah Wood stars as a young man on a journey to find the woman who saved his grandfather’s life during a Nazi invasion. Based on the acclaimed novel by Jonathan Safran Foer.
Ghosts of Mississippi (PG-13) – Whoopi Goldberg, Alec Baldwin, and James Woods are stellar in this drama about the 1994 trial of Medgar Evers murderer. Ghosts of Mississippi was nominated for two Oscars and a Golden Globe.
Reversal of Fortune (R) – Jeremy Irons won an Oscar for his performance in this film based on a true story. Irons portrays Claus von Bulow, a man accused of attempting to murder his wife. eBook also available.
For more information about Cost Per Circ, contact your Collection Development Specialist or email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
*MGM and Warner Bros. titles are currently limited to U.S. and Canadian library partners.
Michelle Ross is a Collection Development Analyst at OverDrive.