On May 1, Women Make Movies and Docuseek announced a strategic partnership to develop and expand the availability of high-quality films for education. A selection of 50 films – including some new titles and classic films never available for streaming before – are now be available to watch exclusively on the Docuseek platform. These films will be available to colleges, universities, high schools, and public libraries that subscribe to collections or individual titles.
Docuseek, founded by Bullfrog Films and Icarus Films, provides a state-of-the-art educational streaming service for premium independent documentary and social issue media, and beginning in January 2021, feature fiction and animated films as well. Docuseek currently streams 1800 titles from Bullfrog Films, Icarus Films, First Run Features, Kartemquin Films, the National Film Board of Canada, Women Make Movies, and more.
WMM’s Director of Strategy & Innovation Kendra Hodgson shares, “Docuseek has extensive experience in educational streaming distribution and the technology behind it, and they have a reputation of being sensitive and responsive to the unique needs of librarians and faculty members. Equally important to us, because the platform is run by independent film distributors, they understand and prioritize the needs of filmmakers. It is part of our mission to ensure the voices of diverse women filmmakers are included and featured on major streaming platforms, and we are excited to work with Docuseek to expand the reach and audiences of WMM films.”
Alex Hoskyns-Abrahall, Vice President of Docuseek, LLC, said, “From support for women filmmakers through to distribution of some of the most-powerful documentary films ever made, Women Make Movies is a leader in independent film. The importance of Women Make Movies to the documentary genre and film landscape cannot be overstated. We are thrilled to welcome new distributing partner Women Make Movies to Docuseek.”
Browse the WMM films now available on Docuseek.