In a time where many film festivals are migrating online and other curated screening experiences are popping up almost daily, here are a few others to keep in mind that may not qualify as a subscription-based streaming service per se, but are still worth your attention:

This Long Century

  • Showcasing short films through April 30 from some true masters including Jodie Mack, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Ben Rivers, and Carlos Reygadas.

SXSW TV Pilots

  • The industry’s favorite video-hosting platform has the SXSW TV pilots on one easy to navigate page.

No Budge

  • Kentucker Audley’s premiere short film platform recently put together “Going It Alone: A Quarantine Playlist.”

Kino Marquee

  • Powered by distributor Kino Lorber’s streaming service, Kino Now, Kino Marquee is actively assisting independent theaters by hosting new releases for them virtually.

TCM Classic Film Festival

  • The always stellar TCM Classic Film Festival is running now through April 19 on the network’s TV channel.

Film at Lincoln Center’s Virtual Cinema 

  • Lincoln Center’s Virtual Cinema includes some of the best films from last year’s festival circuit.

What streaming services do you use and would recommend? Let us know in the comments!

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