In this time when international travel is difficult, I'm happy to have recently discovered Kanopy and thought that other Forum members might be interested in seeing if they also have access to it. It's a streaming service that has quite the selection of "world cinema," including a lot of films in French, Spanish, German, Italian and other languages, as well as the Criterion collection, documentaries and indie films, most of which I haven't seen on any other "mainstream" streaming platform.
(I promise I'm not sponsored by or at all associated with them!)
It's not something you can sign up for directly, but if you have a public library card with a system that subscribes, you have free access to Kanopy, usually to a certain number of films per month. From some quick Googling it appears that systems in Los Angeles, Washington (DC), San Francisco, Toronto, and Quebec, among many others, subscribe. However, some other systems, such as the New York systems, don't offer this (Kanopy is free to the user but of course not to the library system, so some systems have made the choice not to sign up/subscribe for understandable financial reasons).
I have a library card for a system that subscribes, and in the last couple of months I've been able to watch some French films (Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis, Casse-tête chinois, the OSS 117 spy parody films) that have long been on my list, and on my watchlist I've got some German films (Balloon and Free Fall) and Spanish films that I've also been waiting to see.