Cineuropa partners with eyelet to bring you the best in indie cinema
- A new biweekly column, Watch on Cineuropa, will offer thought-provoking film lists curated by us in conjunction with the eyelet team
Cineuropa has partnered with eyelet, a game-changing streaming technology, to give you the chance to stream some of the best in independent cinema directly through our site - on our editorials and in our forthcoming VOD area.
Designed to give cinephiles around the world access to a vast and ever-growing catalogue of terrific independent films, eyelet has developed & deployed the world’s only film license linking system (read news), which allows online film publications to turn into their own VOD.
Websites like Cineuropa can embed films on their pages and make them available for rent and sales to their readers, resulting in significant revenue opportunities while still respecting the film licensing landscape.
For cinephiles around the world, this translates into a unique chance to stream their favourite films directly through their favourite film websites.
Thanks to eyelet, readers of Cineuropa will now be able to watch a selection of films we’ve written about over the years, including rare gems that may be difficult – if not outright impossible – to watch outside the film festival circuit.
A new VOD section will soon be created, where we’ll be listing all eyelet films currently available for streaming on our pages. On top of that, a new biweekly column, Watch on Cineuropa, will offer thought-provoking film lists curated by us in conjunction with the eyelet team.
Want to find out more about eyelet and the international community of cinephiles they’re creating? Sign up here today, browse through their catalogue, and take a peek at the eyelet “User-hub,” where you’ll be able to see what’s on offer, and discover new films, outstanding publications, film lists and special interest channels.
Watch this space, and remember: the first two films you’ll watch with an eyelet account will be free of charge.
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