FDCP Channel is now JuanFlix

The rebranding aims to make local film gemsand hard-to-find short films more accessible tothe Filipino viewer. INSTAGRAM PHOTO/JUANFLIXPH

The FDCP Channel, the Film Development Council of the Philippines' (FDCP) online streaming platform, is now JuanFlix.

The rebranding aims to make Filipino film gems and hard-to-find short films more accessible to the Filipino viewer with its new website features.

Formerly known as the FDCP Channel, JuanFlix aims to inspire and sustain renewed interest in rediscovering classic Filipino masterpieces from revered filmmakers and fresh contemporary short films, documentaries, and features from the industry's most promising young creators.

With access to over a hundred Filipino films available on the platform, subscribers can truly experience “Sineng Pinoy, Sining Pilipino.”

A number of internationally-acclaimed films from some of the biggest names in Philippine Cinema then and now — “Pagdating sa Dulo” by Ishmael Bernal, “Perfumed Nightmare” by Kidlat Tahimik, “Insiang” by Lino Brocka, “Genghis Khan” by Manuel Conde, and “Ma' Rosa” by Brillante Mendoza — can be watched online with just a few clicks.

Some of the more recently-awarded films to watch in JuanFlix include “Pauwi Na” by Paolo Villaluna, “Gusto Kita With All My Hypothalamus” by Dwein Baltazar, and “Midnight in a Perfect World” by Dodo Dayao, among others.

With its aim to champion regional filmmakers and aspiring student filmmakers, Juanflix also takes pride in featuring high-impact selections from recently-conducted short film festivals across the country such as Sine Isla and Sine Kabataan.

With its new look comes new website features and more user-friendly modes of subscription. Subscribers may select from Free, Monthly, and Annual Subscriptions, and Pay-Per-View, which can all easily be canceled by users anytime.

JuanFlix, FDCP's official over-the-top (OTT) platform, may be streamed using various devices such as computers, tablets, and mobile phones, making it a handy and flexible way to tap FDCP's comprehensive library of both timeless and new films. The subscriber has the power to control what to watch — whenever, wherever.

To register an account now, visit www.juanflix.com.ph/.

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