MusicFilmWeb, the online curator for music documentaries and concert films, has launched MusicFilmWeb.tv, a new home where the most passionate music fans can find and view music documentaries and concert films.
MusicFilmWeb.tv will initially offer 40+ music focused titles from MVD Entertainment Group, plus films from other independent directors and distributors, with new titles added regularly.
“Our mission has always been to connect passionate music fans with great music films and music documentarians with music fans,” says MusicFilmWeb Chief Content Wrangler Andy Markowitz “There’s a large supply of quality music films out there and a huge base of music-obsessed fans – just not many places where the two can meet. Our goal is to bring them together through great content and experiences.”
“We’ve taken the first steps with MusicFilmWeb to make sure they started out with some of the best music films, concerts, and documentaries,” said Rob Hyman, Digital Director of MVD. “It will only grow and get better from there.”
MusicFilmWeb.tv offers music fans the chance to download or rent from a curated selection of unique music films.
The starter catalogue features everything from profiles of iconoclastic artists like guitar innovator John Fahey and actor/singer Harry Dean Stanton, to blues legends such as John Lee Hooker and Albert Collins in concert, to musical and cultural histories like Strange Fruit: The Beatles’ Apple Records; My Career as a Jerk, a biography of iconic hardcore punk band the Circle Jerks; and No Fun City, a DIY look at the endangered underground music scene in Vancouver.
Further titles include ‘The Sacred Triangle; Bowie, Iggy & Lou 1971-1973’, Minor Threat Live, Hated: GG Allin & the Murder Junkies, xxx All Ages xxx which looks at the Boston hardcore scene, and DOA – 30th Anniversary.
A full list of current titles is online now.
MusicFilmWeb has secured both international and regional rights for films available on MusicFilmWeb.tv.
Titles are offered in three currencies: USD, EUR and GBP depending on region.
Prices range from 2.99 to 5.99 for streamed rentals and 7.99 to 19.99 on downloads. DVDs are also available for selected titles.