Watch girl power in all of its glory on new female-focused streaming platform Femflix
Scrolling endlessly through streaming platforms has become somewhat of a pastime for many of us, and it seems more difficult with each passing day to find a movie that truly captivates our attention. New streaming platform Femflix is trying to change this, by putting the focus on thought-provoking productions. The platform’s library is brimming with award-winning films with one thing in common – they all celebrate female-centric storytelling.
It’s the 21st century, but the disheartening and very real fact is that the film industry is mostly made up of men, with few very female-made productions seeing the light of day. New streaming platform Femflix is doing its bit to help change this, showcasing a spectacular selection of film achievements created by women. The streaming service spotlights a range of pictures that reflect equality behind the camera, with each selected film having at least one female-identifying person in the role of director, producer, writer, cinematographer or lead protagonist – talk about girl power!
For just $8.99 per month, you can expect a highly curated roster of scripted features, documentaries, mini-series and short-form content on the platform. The current line-up includes Australian titles like Tracks, 52 Tuesdays, Strangerland and feature documentary The Song Keepers. The selection goes global with international features like Palo Alto, The Third Wife, Suffragette, Janis, I Am No Bird, Ready to Fly and Becoming Traviata making an appearance during your scroll. You’re bound to find a new favourite flick.
A sweet bonus is that you can score a free 30-day trial! Hop over to the Femflix website to start streaming.