AVA - STREAM UNIQUE FILMS

            WITH YOUR LIBRARY CARD

AVA (Audio Visual Access) is a streaming provider that has been developed specifically for libraries, offering a unique selection of European and international arthouse, documentary and short films, rarely available on mainstream VoD Platforms. 

 

We work with renowned film festivals and distributors internationally. 

 

Our content providers grant AVA educational, non-exclusive SVoD rights world-wide or limited to specific territories.  Licensors receive a share of the license fee that is charged to the libraries.

For our library partners, the cost of our service is broken down into the following sections: 

  • A one-time payment for the set up of a personalised platform 

  • License fees for the selected films 

  • Service costs for hosting, encoding, traffic and support 

  • Additional services i.e. inclusion of own audiovisual content

 

 

The costs are calculated based on the number of selected films and the number of users at the library partner´s institution.

 

As AVA is constantly expanding its partnerships with libraries, your film titles acquired by us can be placed on multiple personalised library platforms simultaneously, multiplying your license share proportionally. 

 

AVA cooperations with libraries prove to be long-term, trustful and respected partnerships. Your films will not only be seen by library users internationally, but will also fulfill educational, cultural and archival missions, keeping your films continuously appealing to the variety of audiences.



If you would like to work with us as a content provider, please, write to:

acquisition@ava-library.com

VISIT EXAMPLES OF OUR PLATFORMS

AVA customised streaming platform for the

Association of Public Libraries in Berlin (VÖBB)

Pan-European AVA streaming platform that showcases unique films from different European film festivals rarely available outside of festival screening programs

AVA customised streaming platform for the

University of Bern

AVA Library Germany for the University Library Center

of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia (hbz).