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FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN ENTER FILM FESTIVAL FREE, AND ALSO GET FREE EXPOSURE FOR YOUR MOVIE ON OUR ONLINE-TV-CHANNELS

JAN-JUNE 2020: WINNERS GET STREAMED TO OVER 1 MILLION OF OUR ROKU and AMAZON FIRE TV SUBSCRIBERS.

METRO IS A FREE STREAMING CONTEST AND DISTRIBUTION OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUR FILM, SERIES, PILOT, AND TRAILER:

Metro gives those who enter our Festival the option for free promotion on our TV Channels. If you like, we'll stream your content on our Roku Channels, Amazon Fire TV Channels, and our Android App. Just follow the simple "rules" below.

Q: Will a million people watch my film?
A: Maybe, but most likely about 50,000.

Q: How is my film displayed on your channels?
A: Each video features a poster art and a description. When a Roku, or Amazon Fire-TV user clicks on it, then the video streams. Currently there are NO AD's or Commercial Interruptions.

Q: How do I make money?
A: You may place your website or other info on your film, art, and description. We encourage you to direct the audience to your point of sale. (Example, use Cafepress to sell Coffee Mugs, use CD-Baby to sell discs.)

Q: Where can I watch the Festival's movies and TV programs?
A: On Roku, Android, and Amazon Fire-TV devices via our APPS. Programming is free and ad-free.

Q: How do I get your Channels or check out your APPS?
A: Visit www.MoviesPlus.org for links, including Googleplay.

Q: I have a non-commercial film. Where will you stream it?
A: On our free, ad-free noncommercial Roku channels, and if you like - our "Fan Film" Android app.

SUCCESS STORY
Alexander Pimentel, Director of "Down River" streamed his feature film on Metro's Connected TV Channel, "Movies Plus" on Amazon Fire TV. After 6 months and 70,000 downloads, Alex shared the news with a Venture capitalist who agreed to finance Alex's next feature film. Read the article about Alex at the following link.
http://moviesplus.org/images/alex-small-article.jpg

Check out Alex's latest film distributed by Green Apple Entertainment, THIS IS A DIRECT RESULT OF USING OUR SERVICE: https://www.greenappleent.com/project/the-directive/

SCOPE OF THE FEST
The Metro TV & Film Awards are International and support most every type of content from across the globe. However, we accept only ENGLISH SPEAKING (DIALOG) submissions only. Subtitles will NOT meet our requirements.

A content's Release Window(s) is not a determining factor for consideration in the Festival. Metro aims to encourage filmmakers, rather than looking for methods of exclusion.

We aim to promote you, not knock you down! 

NO CONTRACTS! NO EXCLUSIVES! JUST A GREAT WAY TO PROMOTE YOU WORK!

https://filmfreeway.com/Metro-Film-and-TV-Awards


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Is $15 too cheap for a Connected TV Broadcasting Campaign?

Yes, charge more and you're likely to get more attention
38% (3 votes)
No, $15 is inexpensive and Indie Filmmakers appreciate the offer
38% (3 votes)
Maybe, consider rewording your advert so people respond better
25% (2 votes)
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