Today, Turner & Warner Bros’ launch FilmStruck, a brand new film streaming service in the UK.

The premium service offers a diverse collection of cinema’s most iconic and ground-breaking films, from genres such as mainstream, cult, independent, art house, classic and documentary film as well as the best of British and foreign cinema. The service has launched in the UK first as FilmStruck Curzon, in collaboration with the iconic independent cinema brand. Drawing primarily on the extensive Warner Bros. library and the Criterion Collection, FilmStruck will also offer up content from other global and local partners.

FilmStruck is available in the UK via Amazon Fire, Web, iOS and Android devices and Apple TV.

Curated by film lovers, each month will see new, hand-picked content added, allowing subscribers to instantly stream legendary releases as varied as Christian Bale’s explosive American Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock’s all-time classic North by Northwest, or the cult phenomenon Little Shop of Horrors with every film shown uncut and commercial free, just as the director intended.

“Do you like Huey Lewis & The News?” – American Psycho

Among the titles and moments available; Paul Thomas Anderson’s Magnolia (1999); Sean Penn and Tim Robbins’ Oscar winning performances in Mystic River (2003); and Gus Van Sant’s My Own Private Idaho (1991).

FilmStruck will also give UK customers access to the legendary Curzon Artificial Eye Library (Archipelego (2010); Wuthering Heights (2011); Funny Games (2009), as well as films from
Park Circus (Richard III (1955) and Kew Media Group (Lady Vengeance (2005).

Sean Penn’s performance as Jimmy Markum in Mystic River (2003) won him an Oscar for Best Actor at the 76th Academy Awards.

Subscription to the service is available in two tiers, at a monthly subscription of £5.99 per month, or as an annual subscription at £59.99 (receive two months free).

FilmStruck Curzon is available in the UK on Amazon Fire, Web, iOS and Android devices and Apple TV.

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