Bigscreen Expands International Availability of On-Demand Animated Films – On the Road to Virtual Reality


Big screen, the virtual reality social visualization platform, launched 2D and 3D video on demand at the end of last month. Shortly after, the studio announced that it had partnered with Sony Picture’s anime distribution company, Funimation, to bring some of anime’s biggest names to its expanding on-demand service. . These films can now be viewed in certain regions outside of the United States.

Update (May 15, 2020): BIgscreen says that in partnership with Funimation it is expanding the international availability of its 30+ animated films, which in addition to the US now include Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

The original article announcing the 30+ animated films and live screenings follows below:

Original article (April 29, 2020): Bigscreen Founder & CEO Darshan Shankar Says On the road to virtual reality that with the video-on-demand release on Friday, the platform successfully broke its all-time revenue record.

“It was a huge change in the way Big screen works, ”says Shankar. “People who attended our inaugural film events over the weekend were able to experience many crowded movie theaters. I was shocked to see that most of the people stayed until the credits roll.

Now with Funimation involved, Big screen is able to show more than 30 animated films at Big screen, including popular hits Akira, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes and Attack on Titan. Check out the full list below.

Big screen Now offers a catalog of dozens of 2D and 3D movies available for on-demand viewing, which includes the ability to control playback just like you would with any streaming service. The new on-demand system gives you 48 hours to complete your selected movie once you’ve started it, and will be available in up to 10 countries starting at $ 4 per movie. To verify of the big screen film catalog here for more.

And to usher in the new glut of on-demand anime offerings, the platform is hosting live movie screenings that begin May 1, which will be broadcast live pay-per-view at 6:00 p.m. PT. .local time here) at a cost of $ 4 per ticket.

Unlike on-demand content, these live screening events are organized like physical movie theaters, with specific start and end times. Theater space is however technically unlimited, with infinite screens accommodating up to eight users for each theater, making it easy to access a screening without having to queue.

Projections of animated films

  • May 1: your name
  • May 8: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
  • May 15: Akira
  • May 21: The disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
  • May 29: The girl who jumped in time
  • June 5: The Sword of the Stranger
  • June 12: I am a hero

Animated films on demand in Big screen

  • your name
  • Planetary: Star storyteller
  • Film The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya
  • The girl who jumped in time
  • Steins Gate Movie
  • Witches strike movie
  • Fairy Tail Dragon Cry Movie
  • Fairy Tail the Movie: Priestess of the Phoenix
  • Ghost in the Shell: the new movie
  • Akira
  • Attack on Titan Part 1
  • Attack on Titan Part 2
  • Shin godzilla
  • I am a hero
  • Parasyte Part 1
  • Parasyte Part 2
  • My Hero Academia: Two Heroes
  • The boy and the beast
  • Badland Rumble Triguns
  • Death Note: Light up the new world
  • Death threat
  • Death Note: The last name
  • Psycho-Pass: the movie
  • East Eden: air communication
  • Eden of the East: King of Eden
  • Eden of the East: Paradise Lost
  • Assassination Classroom The Movie: 365 Days
  • Garo: Divine Flame
  • Black Butler: Atlantic Book
  • The Sword of the Stranger
  • School Idol: Over the Rainbow movie


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