In the last year the world of film distribution has changed in ways we couldn’t have imagined 12 months ago. Now, more than ever we have the opportunity to see such a variety of cinema with so much ease – and it’s about to get even easier.
Filmpixs, a new streaming service for short films, documentaries & and animation is set to launch on 17 February 2020. The platform from will primarily champion short films, in addition to a selection of international feature documentaries which spotlight engaging social impact stories and new voices in filmmaking from all over the globe.
Filmpixs will have 350 films available at launch, and fresh new content added every week from festivals such as Cannes, Toronto, Venice, Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca and Rotterdam.
It will also be platform for festivals showcasing virtual public screenings, as the global pandemic continues to threaten ‘physical’ events further into 2021. Filmpixs will debut its first virtual screenings in March, as online partner to the Dublin Independent Film Festival – an HF Productions-run festival.
The streaming service will be available via its own website, filmpixs.com, as well as via the Filmpixs App, available on iOS, Android, and other formats with a monthly or annual subscription.
Filmpixs subscribers will be offered a monthly fixed price or an annual subscription (12 months for the price of 10). The monthly subscription is $5.99 across all territories (currently £4.33 + non-sterling transaction fee). A seven-day free trial is available.