BFI Launches Classic British Film Streaming Service in the U.S. on Roku

  • Variety
The British Film Institute has launched Svod service BFI Player Classics in the U.S. on Roku. Streaming device maker Roku added Svod to its Roku Channel service earlier this year with the likes of Showtime and Starz among the first to roll out paid-for content.

The BFI will now join that roster. It said the BFI Player Classics will feature quintessentially British films from “Brighton Rock” to “The Man Who Fell to Earth.” The U.S. launch marks the first time the BFI has launched a streaming service internationally.

BFI Player Classics launches with about 140 British or British co-produced films, picked by BFI experts. Among the filmmakers featured are Alfred Hitchcock, John Schlesinger, Ken Russell, Lindsay Anderson, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, Nicolas Roeg, Ridley Scott, Sally Potter and Terence Davies.

As is the norm with streaming services, there will be a one-month trial period. After that a $5.99 per-month fee kicks in.
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