Meet the Netflix of Indie Films from Asia and the Pacific

Fans of indie films from the Asia and the Pacific rejoice: there is an incredible online company streaming hundreds of films that never see the light beyond the normal circuit of films festivals. was born out of founder Jeannette Hereniko’s experience organizing film festivals. She is best known as the Founding Director of the Hawaii International Film Festival, launching it in 1981 to showcase significant films from Asia, the Pacific Islands, and the USA. She served in this position until 1996. Frequently attendees to the Hawaii International Film Festival would write to her and ask where they could see a certain film again and her honest answer for most was “You can’t, sorry.” Finally, using deep connections in the Asian film world, she decided to create a place where you could.

Learn more about the service that is TechCrunch is calling “a Netflix for Asian Pacific indie filmmakers” and get a code for a free month of unlimited streaming by redeeming the code idaconcpts at

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