Streaming Service for Cineastes and Filmophiles: Tribeca Short List

Posted on April 26, 2017 at 3:31 pm

Looking for something a little different?  A little more challenging? A little artier?

Tribeca Short List could be your answer.

Tribeca Shortlist is a premium subscription video on demand service with a mission to bring discerning movie lovers a new streaming destination – powered by human curators – for discovering and enjoying great films. Tribeca Shortlist features a high-quality collection of handpicked films that are recommended by popular actors, directors, insiders and influencers who know and love movies.

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 focus on great movies, offering subscribers a high-quality, curated movie catalog and our exclusive ‘Shortlist’ content, which provides context and personal insight, like getting a recommendation from a trusted friend.

Every film in our collection is handpicked by industry experts and includes major studio release and independent studio gems, foreign film favorites and documentaries. The collection is constantly refreshed, with about a third of our movies changing each month.

For just $4.99/month, Tribeca Shortlist contains no advertising and is streamed to you wherever you feel like watching via your Samsung Smart TV, Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, Android or computer. You can also stream to your TV using Chromecast or AirPlay.

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