Sunday, October 04, 2015

Tribeca Shortlist - $4.99 Monthly For Best Of Best Video

A new premium subscription video on demand service, Tribeca Shortlist, created by Lionsgate and Tribeca Enterprises, launched this week with a mission to bring movie lovers a high-quality collection of hand-picked films recommended by popular actors, directors, insiders and influencers who know and love movies.

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.

With more than a third of the titles refreshed on a monthly basis, approximately 50 titles turn over each month. Tribeca Shortlist’s 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.

The Shortlisters featured in October include voices from both behind and in front of the camera, including multi-faceted performer and award winning actor John Leguizamo (To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar, Ice Age films), actor and director Matthew Modine (Full Metal Jacket, And the Band Played On), documentary filmmaker and producer Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me, The Greatest Movie Ever Sold), actress Yaya DaCosta (The Kids Are All Right, TRON: Legacy), Tribeca’s Geoff Gilmore, producer Jason Blum (Paranormal Activity,Whiplash), fitness expert Bob Harper (The Biggest Loser) and actress and co-founder of Maker Studio, Lisa Donovan.

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 via the Web at or downloaded 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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