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EFilm: the free and legal Netflix
EFilm: the free and legal Netflix

Do you know the platform eFilm? This may sound like something to you, but if it is not, you should know that it is a kind of totally free and legal Netflix where you can access a wide catalog of series, movies, and other video media.

But it is not a platform accessible to all, but has been created exclusively for use in libraries and that is how eFilm is considered an audiovisual content rental service available only to users with library cards.

That is, having that document that allows you to have access to the public library of your city would be enough to register in eFilm, see and rent on loan the content that you like the most at all times, a catalog that, by the way, will be expanded soon.

Who has access to eFilm?

eFilm acts as a Netflix rental, that is, it is a kind of accessible online video store with your library card where you can borrow the multimedia content you want. Best of all, it's completely legal and you don't have to worry about it.

If you are a member of a library and have a card that shows that you are a user, the conditions that you can benefit from in eFilm are as follows:

  1. Access to movies and series 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
  2. Viewing streaming content.
  3. Loan with a minimum duration of 48 hours.
  4. You can choose between the original, dubbed or even sub titled versions throughout the cinema.
  5. Possibility to create your own content and rate lists.
  6. Viewing on computer, smartphone, tablet and even Smart TV.
  7. You can exchange opinions with other users of the service and even with the librarian.

Content offered by eFilm

eFilm offers the best national and foreign cinema, international premieres, shorts, national and international animation, fiction, television series, best Spanish films of each year, documentaries on a variety of topics (educational, scientific, entertainment, etc.), classics, etc.

eFilm: the free and legal Netflix
eFilm: the free and legal Netflix

In addition, soon the eFilm catalog will be increased by the arrival of new content, specifically you will be able to enjoy courses and concerts, although at the moment there is no official date for the arrival of these new additions.

Doing a count, eFilm boasts of having more than 30,000 titles, so it will be impossible for users to get bored given the large number of content that can be enjoyed. Plus, content is always being added, so you'll be able to spend a lot of time on the platform.

Here are some titles that you can find in eFilm once you become a member:

  1. The next skin.
  2. An exchange for Christmas.
  3. Family by force.
  4. Guardians in the grave.
  5. The great sickness of love.
  6. Chavela.
  7. The girl with the hook.
  8. Jane's journey.
  9. Scary Mother.
  10. Girlfriend.
  11. Late to die young.
  12. Good Bye, Lenin!
  13. Blue Valentine.
  14. The secret of her eyes
  15. Medium-haired rogues.

You will be able to see the availability of each series, movie or other content that you access, that is, in which libraries it is available for viewing because there may be a case in which a certain documentary, for example, may not be available in all libraries.

Also, of each title you will be able to know its year, the performers, the country, the quality with which it is offered in eFilm, the languages ​​in which it is available and even a short synopsis to have a small idea of ​​what the content you are going to view is about.

How to use eFilm

To use eFilm you only have to meet two requirements, one depends on each user and the other has to do with the availability of your own contents. Currently, the eFilm catalog is available in Asturias, the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Castilla y León, Catalonia, the Basque Country, Extremadura, Guadalajara, Madrid, Murcia, Navarra, Torrelodones and Vigo.

If you live in any of these regions you are in luck because libraries in those areas have the possibility of offering you eFilm The second requirement is the which we already discussed at the beginning, and it is nothing more than having in your possession a card that accredits you as a public library user.

Fulfilling those two premises, you just have to go to your library and ask them for your eFilm username and password to start using it, then you only have to enter the web and log in with the data that you have been provided to enjoy the complete catalog of this service.

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