The new BFI Player+ offers hand-picked, expertly-selected film collections on demand, bringing 100s of cinematic greats to subscribers for £4.99 per month with no contract and with a 30-day free trial for all. Every week Mark Kermode will pick his film of the week and you’ll be able to watch a filmed introduction.
Subscribers can dive into collections of hand-selected films curated by the BFI’s world-leading experts, enjoying must-see British films alongside the best of world cinema. User-feedback helped shape BFI Player+, and as a result it complements the mainstream services in the UK to meet the demand for a service celebrating the best of a century of cinema.
The BFI Player+ has in the region of 300 carefully selected titles available to stream, with films grouped to make browsing around genres, collections and directors an enjoyable, informative and intuitive experience for subscribers. Launch collections include British Classics, Horror, Indie, Documentaries, Family, plus films that were the toast of the red carpets in Award-Winning, those that are near-impossible to see anywhere else in Unavailable on DVD, and extraordinary examples of artist’s film and video work in Experimenta.
BFI Player+ is available however people choose to view, be that via computer or, with the presence of the BFI Player app, across tablets and smartphones and with a fantastic roster of titles to come. A significant number of new titles – all hand-picked – will be added in coming months.