01st Oct2015

Lionsgate and Tribeca team for new SVOD service

by Phil Wheat


Tribeca Shortlist, a new premium subscription video on demand service created by Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises, has launched this week with a mission to bring discerning movie lovers a new streaming destination – powered by human curators – for discovering and enjoying great films. The library features a mix of films from partners Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises as well as from major studios and independents with more partners coming soon.

Tribeca Shortlist features a high-quality collection of hand-picked films that are recommended by popular actors, directors, insiders and influencers who know and love movies. States Jeff Bronikowski, President of Tribeca Shortlist:

We’re taking a more human approach to movie discovery for viewers who want to escape the search spiral and find a great movie fast. We’ve found great movies that we’re offering to subscribers as part of a high quality, highly curated movie catalog with exclusive “Shortlist” content that provides context and personal insight, like getting a recommendation from a trusted friend.

Tribeca Shortlist offers a select collection of approximately 150+ critically acclaimed titles that are hand-picked by industry experts covering all genres – current highlights include a roster of award-winning films, indie gems, foreign film favorites and legendary classics such as Crash, City of God, Chasing Amy, Adventureland, Dinosaur 13, Amelie, and The Producers – available via streaming to the web and mobile devices. Plus more than a third of the titles are refreshed on a monthly basis, meaning that approximately 50 titles turn over each month.

At launch, Tribeca Shortlist will be available at an introductory price of $4.99 a month until the end of the year. The regular monthly cost will be $5.99 starting in 2016. Sign up to the service also includes a 14-day free trial. Tribeca Shortlist contains no advertising and can be accessed at http://www.tribecashortlist.com or downloadeded via the App Store for iPad at launch, with the most popular mobile and in-home streaming devices to be added in the coming weeks.


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