For years we dreamt of a better place to discuss our shared interest in film, and when we couldn’t find exactly the right outlet, we made one. The result is Letterboxd, a social network for grass-roots film discussion and discovery.
The service allows members to keep a diary of films they watch. They can rate, review and tag films as they add them; find and follow friends in order to see and comment on their activity; keep a watchlist of films they’d like to see; and create lists/collections on any given topic, for example: favourite heist films. We also provide a comprehensive database of film information, cross-referenced by cast, crew, studio and genre, with easy access to the ratings, reviews and lists added for each film by other members. And we’ve recently built companion apps.
Gold at the 2012 Best Awards