Licensing Film Screenings

Copyright Licensing: A Brief Explanation

When a film is produced, a studio or distributor acquires copyright ownership which enables them to make it available for audiences to view through a number of channels including:

THEATRICAL CHANNELS
i.e: watching films in Cinemas

HOME ENTERTAINMENT
i.e: watching films in an individual's home

NON-THEATRICAL CHANNELS
i.e: watching films outside the Cinema or an individual's home

Filmbankmedia: Non-Theatrical Representatives in 70+ markets

Non-Theatrical Film Screenings refer to the screening of films outside of the cinema or an individual’s home. To screen films to audiences non-theatrically, persons or organisations must obtain the consent of the copyright owner or their representatives in the form of licensing before doing so.

To enable wider audiences to view their films legally, copyright owners appoint a Non-Theatrical representative (such as Filmbankmedia) to licence screenings in 70+ markets including:

  • Outdoor screenings including festivals, community events and drive-ins
  • Schools and Universities
  • Community film groups
  • Entertainment venues
  • Government and public buildings
  • Art Centres
  • Museums
  • Libraries

...and many more.

Special Markets

Alongside licensing non-theatrical film screenings, Filmbankmedia work with system integrators and technology partners within the TransportHotelMaritime and Healthcare sectors to provide an engaging entertainment service to passengers, guests, visitors/staff and patients respectively.

To find out more on these Special Markets, click here.

Film Library

Select from more than 3,000 films, suitable for all audiences, available for non-theatrical screenings in the Southeast Asia region

Screening Enquiries Form

If you are planning to screen film(s) non-theatrically, please complete this Screening Enquiry Form

Special Markets

We specialise in Healthcare, Hotels, Maritime and Transport markets, providing exceptional film content to entertainment technology systems.