Documentary streaming operation SnagFilms has unveiled its first slate of feature film offerings as well as a number of new distribution partnerships.

Snag says it has licensed more than 400 narrative films and will add films on a weekly basis

Streaming as part of Snag’s free, ad-supported service will be classics such as The Blue Angel, Un Chien Andalou and Intolerance, more recent works from independent directors like Richard Linklater’s Slacker and Wong Kar-Wai’s Happy Together and early films from now-established stars, like Wildflower with Reese Witherspoon.

Features that will initially be available for paid viewing include Brad Pitt thriller Too Young To Die, Helena Bonham Carter comedy Women Talking Dirty, Jessica Alba comedy P.U.N.K.S. and Tilda Swinton art-house title Teknolust.

Snag has also relaunched its web site, added Vudu and Amazon to its sales channels and Xbox 360 to its set-top box partnerships.