ECOSTREAMZ, the Documentary Streamer, Ups Its Eco-Social Platform With New Film Partners and Dr. Jane Goodall Joining Advisory Board thumbnail

ECOSTREAMZ, the Documentary Streamer, Ups Its Eco-Social Platform With New Film Partners and Dr. Jane Goodall Joining Advisory Board

LOS ANGELES, July 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — When it comes to environmental and human rights-themed factual content, ECOSTREAMZ is the quintessential source, if not at the forefront, catering to the wildlife conservationist, the environmentalist, the activist.  An all-access streaming facilitator for must-watch documentaries to learn, grow, and contribute to our global sustenance.

ECOSTREAMZ is committed to keeping its viewers well fed by streaming content that covers wide-reaching topical subjects from activism, biodiversity, climate change and the environment, to social justice and human rights.  It’s all there for any streaming subscriber who cares; the typical ECOSTREAMZ audience.

According to ECOSTREAMZ Founder and CEO, James Branchflower, “While we are living in a time with more available content, it comes however with more clutter and confusion than ever. Viewers seeking a subscriber-friendly, go-to source on a specific issue can now easily find important awareness raising documentaries of choice via our innovative streaming platform.”

ECOSTREAMZ sets new standard.  As the proud host of critically acclaimed films, ECOSTREAMZ features stories that matter, touch the spirit, and make a difference.  The top-ranked streaming provider is recognized as a one-stop clearinghouse offering must-see eco-social digital programming and other media.  All part of its mission to awaken humanity with awe, wonder, and an innate potential to do more.

A prime example of doing more, and sharing in the ECOSTREAMZ vision, is Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace – who has recently joined the streamer’s Advisory Board.

Subscribe.  Learn.  Act.  ECOSTREAMZ’ groundbreaking wave of documentary storytelling further expands its playing field with distinguished streaming partners – some of the most renowned documentary and independent film festivals in the U.S. and abroad.  Subscribers can enjoy and benefit from many award-winning films shortly following their initial festival run.  

Some currently featured films enjoying high demand on ECOSTEAMZ include: “Blood Lions,” “God in Shackles,” “Tainted Love,”  “Ofir: A Wildlife Crime Documentary,” and “Silencing the Thunder,” among a whole line-up of other must-watch highly praised films.

Participating partners further include:  Wild and Scenic Film Festival, Animal Rights Film Festival, Wildlife Conservation Film Festival, The Borneo Project, International Primate Protection League, and the Freeland Foundation, among others.  

ECOSTREAMZ is a staunch advocate providing filmmakers the means to get their projects out to the public.  “These passionate auteurs have important messages to convey, whether inspirational or cautionary, about our world,” states Branchflower.  “We are there to help promote and distribute their films to the widest possible audience.”

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