We love film festivals!
At film festivals you have the opportunity to discover great movies you may never have the chance to see otherwise. But the challenge with attending a physical festival is you have to take time off work, book flights, book hotels, buy expensive festival passes, wait in lines, choose what films to see, and juggle parties, networking, exploring, and sleeping. In fact, the average festival goer only sees one to three films per festival, and it can cost $2,500 to $25,000!
So how can you discover and watch these films on your terms? We bring the festival movies directly to you! It’s online and it’s easy to use. Film Festival Flix gives you access to all the films in our line-up, On Demand, 24 hours a day. You can watch on your computer, smart phone, tablet, or Internet connected TV. To begin, activate a Free one month trial, or register Free for an account and start browsing today. Each month you have access to film festivals of your choice and past festival winners are always available On Demand. The cost of a Film Festival Flix subscription is $5.99 or less!
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Mousetrap Films, LLC, is an innovative, Los Angeles-based distribution company dedicated to connecting great films from festivals around the world with general audiences. Recognizing that the vast majority of these special films are rarely, if ever seen outside the festival circuit, and they all but disappear after their festival run, MouseTrap Films created their revolutionary distribution model to introduce and launch these films to audiences. Always in search of festival gems, MouseTrap Films acquires these films, and presents them to the underserved audience through their online festivals, live event series, VOD platform, smart TV and mobile apps, and branded channels in hotels, libraries, and cable networks.