The free ad-based service is set to launch on November 23.
Get ready for a new player in the streaming world: Brollie.
This Australian free ad-based service is set to launch on November 23, offering a unique blend of local and international films and TV shows.
Brollie stands out with its extensive range of genres, catering to all tastes:
Australian Classics: Enjoy remastered Australian films, showcasing the nation's cinematic heritage.
Horror: Experience chills and thrills with a selection of horror movies.
First Nations: Discover stories and perspectives from Australia's First Nations.
Crime and Drama: Immerse yourself in captivating crime stories and dramatic narratives.
Action and Comedy: Whether you're in the mood for action-packed scenes or comedic relief, Brollie has you covered.
Documentaries: Engage with documentaries that offer insights and new viewpoints.
TV & Miniseries: Find your next binge-worthy series or miniseries.
Sci-Fi: Explore imaginative sci-fi adventures.
Prepare to dive into a treasure trove of Australian cinema with local favourites like The Babadook and Two Hands, along with timeless classics such as Walkabout and Storm Boy, featuring the legendary David Gulpilil. Don't miss Kylie Minogue in Cut, or Hugh Jackman's performance in Erskineville Kings. Additionally, thought-provoking documentaries like Servant or Slave and Ablaze will be part of the rich selection.
On the international front, get set for Joaquin Phoenix's riveting performance in You Were Never Really Here, the original live-action Super Mario Bros, and the intriguing Vivarium, starring Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots.
Brollie also introduces the Brollie Film Club, a feature where the platform's team selects standout content. The first collection, Australian Nightmares, is set to offer a unique exploration of Australian horror cinema.
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"We know these iconic films and TV shows can find new and old audiences instead of gathering dust on the shelf. Brollie is about helping Aussies to access this world-class storytelling easily and, most importantly, for free so everyone can enjoy our epic screen legacy," said Ari Harrison, General Manager and Head of Sales & Acquisitions, announcing Brollie's arrival.
Starting November 23, you can stream on browsers, iPhones, Android devices, Apple TV, Android TV, and via Chromecast so you can enjoy Brollie's offerings anywhere, anytime.
With its diverse content and easy accessibility, Brollie is poised to become a go-to destination for fans of Aussie cinema and global entertainment.
Brollie will launch on Thursday, November 23 — head to the streaming platform's website to subscribe and for more info.