Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and the Criterion Collection Collaborate to Develop Turner’s First Domestic Direct-To-Consumer Streaming Product, Launching in Fall 2016 FilmStruck Video Preview: filmstruck.com April 26, 2016 Global media company Turner is launching the company’s first direct-to-consumer product in the...
Turner is launching “FilmStruck, a subscription service offering cult, foreign and independent films that appeal to movie aficionados,” reports the Los Angeles Times. The L.A. Times story continues, “The service, which will be available starting this fall for a monthly...
Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection are partnering on a new streaming film service, Criterion president Peter Becker announced on their website today. It’s hard to imagine a better partnership—both Turner Classic Movies...Show More Summary
Yet another streaming service has been announced to join the market of Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more. Get ready for FilmStruck! Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and the Criterion Collection have joined together to create Turner’s first domestic direct-to-consumer streaming product. Show More Summary
Turner Classic Films and The Criterion Collection are launching their own streaming service.
Today, The Criterion Collection announced that it would be partnering with FilmStruck, a new web-only streaming service from Turner Classic Movies. That’s great if you were dying to add another streaming service to your credit card bill, and very sad if you subscribe to Hulu. Read more...
LOS ANGELES — Calling all cinephiles. Turner Classic Movies and Criterion Collection announced their new streaming movie service — called FilmStruck — on Tuesday. The ad-free service, which will launch in fall of 2016, will feature a...Show More Summary
FilmStruck will be the new exclusive streaming home for the Criterion Collection The post FilmStruck Streaming Service is New Home for Criterion Collection & TCM appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
FilmStruck will be "an arthouse film lover's dream streaming service."
Turner Broadcasting and the Criterion Collection are teaming up to launch a movie-streaming TV service to cater to arthouse aficionados. The companies announced Tuesday that the new over-the-top streaming service, dubbed FilmStruck, will debut in the fall. It will make available art house, independent,...
Turner Classic Movies and The Criterion Collection are joining forces to launch FilmStruck, a subscription movie streaming service that will feature, according to their press release, “a comprehensive and constantly refreshed library of films comprised of an eclectic mix of contemporary and classic arthouse, indie, foreign and cult films.” Or, as writer Brandon Nowalk puts […]
The Criterion Collection has been wandering around online in search of a permanent home, first crashing with Mubi and Netflix before moving to Hulu. But now, with a little help from Time Warner, the film library is putting down roots in a standalone service. Show More Summary
Turner is starting to make good on its promise to launch three direct-to-consumer products by the end of the year. The Time Warner company partnered with the Criterion Collection to launch its first over-the-top subscription product, Filmstruck, which will be managed by Turner Classic Movies. Show More Summary
Netflix? Over it. Hulu? Done. Amazon Prime Video? You must be kidding. The internet's hottest streaming service is FilmStruck, a collaboration by Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection, which will specialize in indie, foreign, art-house, and cult fare. The site's library will sample from the collections of Janus Films, ... More »
A startlingly intelligent, incandescent thriller topped off by one of the great endings in recent cinema, Christian Petzold’s Phoenix has been granted early canonization by the Criterion Collection, which releases the film in a deluxe Blu-ray edition featuring interviews with the director and his star Nina Hoss. Show More Summary
Whit Stillman tends to be cagey about when his movies take place. His 1990 debut, Metropolitan, claims to be set “not so long ago,” which is most likely sometime around 1970. Likewise, Barcelona, which joins the Criterion collectionShow More Summary
The following article was originally posted at Movie Mezzanine on March 31, 2016, and is followed by a response from Peter Becker, president of the Criterion Collection. Boutique labels—including Criterion—speak up about why there aren't...Show More Summary
The Criterion Collection is coming out with a Blu-ray version of Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove, Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Features include a restored 4K digital transfer and a bunch of interviews and short documentaries about the film. Show More Summary
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The Oscar-winning documentarian discusses the paranoid 1962 Cold War classic in an exclusive clip from the Criterion Collection set that goes on sale March 15.