CIFF47: PSQ March 22 – April 1, 2023 | Streams April 2 – April 9, 2023

What tools does the CIFF Streams streaming platform have for CIFF passholders?

Watch Later

  • The CIFF Streams platform has a Watch Later tool that allows passholders to create a unique list of CIFF46 Streams films and shorts programs they would like to watch. This is similar to the members-only 'My Favorites' feature on the CIFF website. While the two lists are not connected, passholder members can use their 'My Favorites' list to create their 'Watch Later' list on the CIFF Streams platform.
  • To add a film or shorts program to your 'Watch Later' list, click into the film or shorts program's landing page on the CIFF Streams platform and click on '(+) Watch Later'. This will add the film or shorts program to your Watch Later list.
  • You can access your list by clicking on 'Watch Later' from the top navigation on each page of the CIFF Streams platform.
  • To remove a film from your Watch Later list, go into the film or shorts program and click '(-) Watch Later' to remove it.

CIFF46 Streams Program Categories

  • On the home page of the CIFF Streams platform, passholders can browse the CIFF46 Streams program offerings by a number of categories: Shorts Programs, All Shorts, Feature Narratives, Feature Documentaries, All Features, or take a gamble with the CIFF Shuffle which, when selected, produces a random listing of CIFF46 Streams films and shorts programs you may not have come across through your browsing.

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It is with a heavy heart we pass along the news of the death of Oscar winning documentarian & CIFF Alum Julia Reichert. Over the span of 50 years, Julia used the power of film to be a prolific storyteller, activist, & champion of the working class. She will be profoundly missed. https://t.co/CUf6LVHlOc

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It is with a heavy heart that we pass along the news of the death of Academy Award winning documentarian and CIFF Alum Julia Reichert. Julia was a prolific storyteller, activist, and champion of the working class. Along with her partner Steve Bognar, her impressive career spanned over 50 years, and included audience favorites 9to5: The Story of a Movement (CIFF44), American Factory (CIFF43), The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant (CIFF34), and A Lion in the House (CIFF30), among others. She will be profoundly missed.

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