As you might have heard, we’re running a super exciting contest this week around our new Movie List feature! Today’s post explaining more about this dynamic new tool was written by Movie List co-creator and Fandor’s rockstar Product Manager, Ji Kim.
Love lists? Now you can make a list (or lots) of your favorite Fandor films and share with anyone you want. Plus, tweet your list (this week only), and you can enter to win a slew of great prizes!
From August 25-31, share one of your lists on Twitter, include a couple of hashtags and you’ll be entered to win a bunch of prizes. The grand prize? A $500 Amazon gift card. And the other prizes? We’re handing out $25 Fandango gift cards, annual Fandor gift subscriptions, and copies of Fandor CEO Ted Hope’s new book, Hope for Film: From the Frontline of the Independent Cinema Revolutions. Winners will be announced September 8.
Watch great movies on Fandor
Make a list of your favorites
Tweet your list + #FandorToViewList2014 + #Fandor
Win if your list is chosen
In case you get lost along the way, here are step-by-step instructions. Enter to win asap!
See full terms and conditions of the contest here: http://fan.do/r/1hJ
Are you tired of having to watch Fandor from your computer? Ready to move to the big screen? Fandor has you covered with our Roku channel! Watch thousands of films from your own at-home theatre on any Roku device. This post was written by our Customer Service Supervisor extraordinaire Nick Kosma.
The following are Fandor’s comments to the FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rule Making on the “Open Internet”. You can see more at the FCC’s website. Learn more about how infrastructure affects creativity at the final Reinvent Hollywood Roundtable on The Rules of the Game, live at 11:00am PT on Tuesday, August 5th.
Our newest infographic, SEX AND THE CINEMA, is a survey of the way sexuality and film have co-existed in complex, compelling ways since the dawn of the form itself. Spoiler alert: it’s one steamy history!
Fandor has always provided a home to indie films (both features and shorts) after they have made their rounds on the film festival circuit, making sure that they continue to reach audiences around the U.S. and Canada. Now, we’ve taken that a step further with the Fandor | Festival Alliance!