In April 2021, the Global Film Distribution Division of Global Film Studio launched an on-line streaming platform where nonviolent TV Series, movies, documentaries, docudramas, experimental films, animation and music videos (both feature length and shorts) are showcased on a pay-per-view basis (TVOD): GlobalCinema.online. The viewers can watch films and documentaries from everywhere in the world, in the comfort of their home, on their computer, TV or any mobile device.
The streaming channel releases the Company's in-house film productions, as well as assists independent film producers in releasing their films to a worldwide audience.
Since 2012, the Company owns and organizes the Global Nonviolent Film Festival, the most important and renowned nonviolent film festival in the world. As a result, outside of its in-house productions, the Global Film Distribution Division has an upper hand in scouting the best international talent and nonviolent film content on a constant basis.
“Our mission is to release worldwide high quality nonviolent films produced in different countries. Producers often attend festivals in the hope that a distributor sees their film and picks it up; to avoid a number of steps, our company creates a one stop shop and gives to the films the possibility of an immediate worldwide release?” - Bruno Pischiutta, Film Director and Chairman of the Board.
With GlobalCinema.online, the Company is well positioned to take a share of the ever growing online streaming market, and it aims to become a notable competitor to the likes of Netflix and Hulu.
To date, the channel is already streaming more than 150 films; it continues to add new titles on a weekly basis.
In addition to the release of a film on its streaming channel, Global Film Distribution may have the possibility to release a film on +40 million TV Screens worldwide (including five million TV Screens in the USA alone), on a case-by-case basis.
Global Film Distribution, through its streaming channel, is placing Global Film Studio on the world’s media map, and it is expected to bring sky-high profits for the Company for many years to come.
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36 films from 15 countries are competing at the 12th Global Nonviolent Film Festival. Watch the films, their trailers and the Daily Video Presentations until October 15. The awards are presented on October 9.