Online Film Streaming Platform FilmDoo is Launching Two Exciting International Short Film Channels on New Media Network OWNZONES.
FilmDoo Horror, with genre-spanning content, from intense psychological thrillers to brutal torture spectacles to old-fashioned ghost stories. These films hail from countries ranging from France to Korea to Slovakia. FilmDoo Asian, which brings you the best drama, comedy, action and documentaries from the continent, including films from Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and India.
FilmDoo Horror and FilmDoo Asian are both available worldwide on the Ownzones Network. Each of the channels will be accessible for a subscription fee of just $2.99 per month with the option of a 7-day free trial. New content will be added to each of the channels every two weeks and all films will come with English subtitles.
The films included on these channels, many of which have already received international attention on the festival circuit, have been hand-picked by the FilmDoo team in a bid to introduce new audiences to some of the most inspiring up-and-coming filmmakers from around the world.
OWNZONES Media Network is a comprehensive content-distribution solution that provides an integrated package of services for audiences and content owners struggling with the increasingly complex digital-media business. OWNZONES leverages proprietary technology, decades of experience, partnerships with prominent distribution platforms and a unique all-in-one solution whose services include strategic development, programming, incubation and marketing. The integrated approach allows content owners to efficiently deliver best-of-class programming to today’s global audiences while maximizing revenue.
FilmDoo is an online film platform redefining the way people discover and watch films around the world. They were a UK finalist in the MassChallenge accelerator programme and was recently featured in Forbes as one of the Top 5 startups to come out of the programme. FilmDoo is founded by co-founders Weerada Sucharitkul and William Page and was launched at Cannes Film Festival last year.
This post was written by Nadia Vella