IMO a 35 mb mov file with unlimited/near unlimited bandwidth is far too much to ask from a free webserver, especially if you expect it to be looked at alot. 35 mb of bandwidth everytime someone clicks the link is not cheap and not free. Even if you don’t expect much traffic, thats still alot
I also don’t see why a 400kb limit on filesize is unreasonable. first, they’re supplying their service for images mainly, in which case there should be no problem getting a jpg compressed reasonably to under that size. Second, its free, they’re doing you a favor. They’re not willing to have people drain their bandwidth/cash inordinately.
I’m not trying to be harsh, its just that your expectations are not reasonable.
There are several good free image hosts, a search would bring them up. Some users also supply some webspace for people to use (not abuse).
If you want to host large animations/movies, you’re pretty much going to have to buy webspace, there are some good cheap ones.