The Portland Museum of Art has added several selections to the list of films it offers for streaming. Partnering with exhibitors and distributors, PMA is renting retrospectives and first-run content to the public; a portion of proceeds benefits the museum. Newly available are:

“17 Blocks,” directed by Davy Rothbart. In 1999, 19-year-old Emmanuel Sanford-Durant and his family began to film their daily lives in America’s most dangerous neighborhood — just 17 blocks behind the U.S. Capitol building. The film focuses on four generations of the Sanford family.

In a series of portraits, “The Long Coast,” directed by Ian Cheney, illuminates the stories of Maine’s seafolk, showing the beauty, intimacy and uncertainty that coastal dwellers face in rooting their lives in the ocean, particularly as human actions — from overfishing to aquaculture, to warming seas — confront Maine and its people with profound change.

“Sin,” directed by Andrei Konchalovsky. In Italian with English subtitles. Although widely considered a genius by his contemporaries, Michelangelo Buonarroti is reduced to poverty and depleted by his struggle to finish the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. When Pope Julius II dies, Michelangelo becomes obsessed with sourcing the finest marble to complete his tomb.

“Stray,” directed by Elizabeth Lo. In Turkish and Syrian with English subtitles. “Stray” explores what it means to live as a being without status or security, following three stray dogs as they embark on inconspicuous journeys through Turkish society. Their disparate lives intersect when they each form intimate bonds with a group of young Syrians with whom they share the streets.

“Keep An Eye Out,” directed by Quentin Dupieux. In French with English subtitles. Fugain, an average Joe who discovered a dead body outside his apartment building, must explain how and why he happened to leave home seven times in one night before coming across a corpse in a puddle of blood.

To view these films and others, or to subscribe to a monthly film-series email, visit portlandmuseum.org/films.