No. This is a site for programmers finding films for a festival, theater, pop-up event, or county fair. See what films are currently playing other festivals, read quotes, watch trailers, and get screeners.
Browsing our films is, and always will be, free.
We ♥ film festivals. We want to do whatever we can to help you find the absolute best content out there. Browse by collection to see what the programmers you trust, at your favorite international festivals, have played in their exhibitions!
Sick. Not only can you find all the necessary press info to do your thing, we're also building tools that allow you to link your review to the film so you can share analytics data and include dynamic, always up-to-date text in your review about where your readers can see the film.
Now's your chance. Find a projector and a backyard, come up with a snazzy name, and start booking films for your new pop-up cinema!
Send the film-owner a polite message! Tell them about your event, propose a fair payment, and see what they say.
Yes, click “WATCH” on the film’s page and send a preview request to the film-owner. If approved, you’ll receive a link and password to a secure online Vimeo screener.
Screening fees vary from event to event. It’s up to you to propose a payment arrangement, and up to the film-owner to tell you whether or not it's bogus. If you really don't know what to offer, just ask.
An easy way to remember and organize the films you've found! You can create private lists for personal reference, or public lists to inspire others.
You will see filters in the 'browse' sidebar. You can filter by year, length, or country. Filters apply to the entire site, completely hiding all films that don't fit your criteria, so filter carefully!
Right now, search works best if you are looking for a specific film, festival, or critic that you know by name.
Think of it as LinkedIn for your film. It's the easiest way to communicate everything about your film to festivals, critics, exhibitors, and distributors. It's also a tool for programmers actively looking for new product, so you're opening yourself up to new screening opportunities.
Anyone! If you own a film, you can list it.
Listing a film is, and always will be, free.
It's extremely valuable to have a profile as soon as you are included in any festival program. The sooner you have a profile, the sooner you open yourself up to more exhibition opportunities.
You can create a profile for your film and choose to keep it 'unlisted.' Unlisted pages are viewable only by direct link.
You can transfer the ownership of the listing to the new owner when you close the deal! Just like your Facebook page.
Yes! Your film’s page is designed as an online EPK where you can add reviews, stills, festivals, a secure Vimeo screener, a QT exhibition file, a trailer, and more.
Even if you’ve already given away your digital rights (including DVD, VOD, and streaming), you can still list your film for theatrical & festival viewing. If you only have theatrical rights in certain territories, you can list those regions under “availability.”
No. You retain all the rights to your films.