Festival Scope is an online platform collaborating with the most prestigious film festivals, presenting films immediately after their world premieres. By making these films available for a few days, Festival Scope aims not only to offer film lovers a glimpse of upcoming releases, but also to promote and help these films reach their deserved audiences.
The platform Festival Scope Pro, only accessible to film professionals, will present the films of Vision du Réel's 2019 International competition for feature-length films (CIL) and Burning Lights (BL).
DAFilms.com is based on the Video on Demand principle and offers over 1,400 films accessible across the globe. The portal presents regular film programmes of diverse character ranging from presentation of historical films through retrospectives of leading world filmmakers to new premiere formats such as the day-and-date release.
Doc Alliance is the result of a creative partnership of seven key European documentary film festivals: CPH:DOX Copenhagen, Doclisboa, Docs Against Gravity FF, DOK Leipzig, FID Marseille, Jihlava IDFF and Visions du Réel.
This year, Tënk encourages one young filmmaker and awards the Prix Tënk in the Opening Scenes section. You will be able to watch this film on their platform soon.
Tënk is a SVOD platform entirely dedicated to documentaries. For 6 Euros/month you will permanently have access to more than 70 films based on progressive programming developed by a team of enthusiasts. Discover a large selection of documentaries that in most cases you can only watch at Festivals, on Tënk's website.
As of 2018, Tënk will also become a co-producer for new documentaries.
Kinoscope was founded to provide a platform to a broad variety of cinematic works, to promote as well as support and to help discover or rediscover filmmakers, to enhance appreciation and understanding of film as an art, through a curated streaming service, with publications and live screenings in NYC.