Streaming company iflix and Viva Communications join forces to bring local films closer to every Filipino.
In this partnership, Viva’s extensive library of film classics, modern indie pieces, live concerts and series will be available on both iflix’s FREE and VIP tiers. Some of these movies are box-office hit such as “Kita Kita,” “100 Tula para kay Stella,” and “ABNKKBSNPLAko?”
A wide selection of Hollywood films and K-dramas dubbed in Filipino will also be available on the platform.
Aside from these, iflix and Viva are also set to produce 30 original films and nine series over the next three years. Viva is also looking to international shores, with iflix’s help, with upcoming projects in Indonesia and Malaysia featuring Filipino local talents.
What do you think? Doesn’t it make you proud to see local talents being watched all over Asia? What Viva films would you binge watch this lazy, rainy season?
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