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Streaming platforme The Animation Showcase announced that Titina, Tokyo Anime Award Winner, is now accessible worldwide for motion pictures industry members, for free. The film will also be released to the public in Hollywood, Los Angeles, from July 8th 2023 at the Cinelounge Sunset Theatre.
Please note, however, that the platform is only accessible to people from the motion pictures industry / animation industry (including students).
Furthermore, a set of ‘making-of’s and featurettes are also available on the platform.
Tintina, directed by Kajsa Næss and produced by Lise Fearnley, Tonje Skar Reiersen & Viviane Vanfleteren, is an animated film “based on the true(ish) story of the discovery of the North Pole in 1926, seen through the eyes of the adorable terrier, Titina”.
Titina was well received in various film festivals, such as Annecy International Animation Festival, Anima Brussels, and New York Int’ Children’s Film Festival.
Benoit Berthe Siward, The Animation Showcase CEO, is quite clearly very pleased to be able to make this announcement. And he should be, since being able to share such a movie for free is a rare event.
“I am very pleased to announce this collaboration with the Creators of TITINA by offering a beautifully crafted adventure, thrilling and funny to enjoy (and cool down with) during the summer.”Benoit Berthe Siward, The Animation Showcase CEO
HOW TO ACCESS THE PLATFORM AND WATCH THE FILM :
1 – Clickon the3DVF SIGN-UP PORTALto request a membershop to the streaming platform.
2– Add your email address and work proof (IMDb, Linked-in, Vimeo or other)
3- After the information verification you will receive an email with the instructions to connect to the streaming platform and begin watching.
Once again, let us state that accessing the platforme is free. Unfortunately, restricting the access to people from the motion pictures industry / animation industry is the only way The Animation Showcase can provide such an exclusive content: if the access was completely open, this would obviously have a huge commercial impact on the movie.
For more information about The Animation Showcase, you can check out our interview with Benoit Berthe Siward (in French).