Amazon will be streaming a selection of movies from this year's cancelled South by Southwest film festival.
The yearly event, which usually takes place in mid-March in Austin, Texas, was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
However, film fans around the world will now be able attend the festival digitally for free. All you need is an Amazon account; no Prime membership is required.
Prime Video presents the SXSW 2020 Film Festival Collection will stream exclusively from Prime Video for 10 days.
In a press statement, actor and independent filmmaker Jay Duplass said: "I’m thrilled that these two great champions of indie film (SXSW and Amazon Prime Video) are teaming up to resurrect this year’s canceled film festival.
"These are unprecedented times, and it’s going to take unprecedented solutions to carry on and celebrate these great films and the people who worked so hard to make them."
Amazon is yet to reveal the launch date of Prime Video presents the SXSW 2020 Film Festival Collection and the films that will feature in the event.
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