How to Watch IFC Films Unlimited on Roku
You can stream IFC Films Unlimited on Roku. Here’s how to sign up, download, install, and start streaming IFC Films Unlimited using your Roku. Learn how to get the most out of your Roku while using IFC Films Unlimited.
IFC Films Unlimited
This subscription video on-demand streaming service is a destination for hundreds of independent films that are theatrically-released and award-winning. Films in the library come from IFC’s three distribution labels: IFC Films, Sundance Selects, and IFC Midnight.
IFC Midnight focuses on genres such as horror, sci-fi, thrillers, action and more, whereas Sundance Selects prioritizes American independent, documentaries, and world cinema.
Roku is a streaming device that can be used to watch Live TV Streaming Services and On Demand Streaming Services.
Can you stream IFC Films Unlimited on Roku?
How to Sign Up and Download IFC Films Unlimited on Roku
- Click here to sign up for IFC Films Unlimited.
- Once you’ve signed up, go to the Home Screen on your Roku.
- Launch the app store and search for “IFC Films Unlimited” on your Roku.
- Select “Add to Home” to install the app.
- Once installed, log in using your IFC Films Unlimited credentials.
- You can now stream IFC Films Unlimited on Roku.
How to Sign Up for IFC Films Unlimited on Other Streaming Devices
If you have other devices, you can learn how to sign up for and use IFC Films Unlimited on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV, and VIZIO Smart TV.
What features are available on IFC Films Unlimited?
IFC Films Unlimited has some parental controls to help restrict content.
Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Disney+, Max, Hulu, Netflix, Paramount Plus, Peacock, SHOWTIME, and STARZ also have parental control features.
Up to 3 Devices
IFC Films Unlimited allows you to stream on up to 3 devices simultaneously.
IFC Films Unlimited allows you to download certain content for offline viewing.
Some critically acclaimed films on the service include “The Death of Stalin,” “Rust Creek,” “Blue is the Warmest Color,” “The Catcher Was a Spy,” “Furlough,” “The Cured,” “Walking Out,” “Wakefield,” “Room 237,” “The Autopsy of Jane Doe,” “The Babadook,” “Boyhood,” “Mary Shelley,” and more.
You’ll see titles with some familiar faces along with some new stars as well.