More than 36 million viewers tuned in Sunday night to watch the Academy Awards. Some of the night’s biggest winners included Birdman (4 wins, including Best Picture and Directing), The Grand Budapest Hotel (4 wins, including Music/Original Score), and Whiplash (3 wins, including Actor in a Supporting role).
Some of the films featured during the ceremony – winners and nominees – are still in theatres, so it’s still possible to experience them in all their glory on the big screen. But if you wish to catch up on films no longer playing in a theatre – no problem. There are a wide variety of legal digital options available that reward creativity and allow you to view many of the most buzzed-about films at your convenience. Services like Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Netflix, HBO Go, Vudu, and others make it easy.
With so many legal viewing choices, wouldn’t it be great to have one place to search them, with just one click? Now you can with WheretoWatch.com. Just type in the name of the film you’re looking for, and WheretoWatch.com does the rest. Instantly, you will be provided with a comprehensive list of top legal digital viewing options for that title.
Don’t forget other legal options like Red Box, subscription-based on demand cable and satellite services, and even your local public library.
Having so many legal digital platforms available is good news for audiences. But it’s also great news for the countless members of the creative community who depend on the movie industry for a livelihood. When audiences access content through legitimate means (as opposed to pirating them), it supports the creative economy and facilitates the creation of more amazing films. And that’s good news for everyone.
Where you watch matters!