19 Best Film Websites Made With Qode Interactive Themes
As the most powerful union of visual storytelling and technical development, film today is equal parts art and industry. Besides being an incredibly profitable business, it can also convey powerful messages, raise important issues, or simply entertain. But to do all that, a film has to be seen, and in order to be seen, it first needs to be promoted. These days, that means having an impeccable online presence with eye-catching visuals and a captivating story.
As a result of the inspired interplay between creativity and technology, our film WordPress themes provide the perfect foundation for you to build the story of your cinematic projects. With elements such as video integration, fullscreen sliders, stunning parallax animations and cutting-edge effects, these premium WordPress themes have just what it takes to create hype around your projects and promote your works in a spectacular way. And thanks to the stylistic diversity of their design, which ranges from clean, minimalistic and contemporary to urban, dark, and even vintage, these themes easily fit a wide array of cinema aesthetics. Take a look at these 19 film websites that perfectly illustrate the power and creative brilliance of Qode themes:
Harold Entertainment website made with the Cinerama theme
Harold Entertainment is a website built with the Cinerama theme that features a full-width video slider with various video works made by the company. The slider is complemented by a vibrant yellow vertical menu on the left. The menu is hidden, leaving enough room for the works to speak for themselves. Here you can find more of the company’s works such as short films and commercials which are beautifully showcased with the help of a masonry portfolio list.
Júlio Lobo website made with the Leitmotif theme
The first thing that immediately catches the eye when you enter the website of the Portuguese editor Júlio Lobo are the Leitmotif theme’s portfolio interactive links. They’re presented in a swiper slider and they automatically move from right to left until you interact with them for the first time. Then, their movement is only triggered by the cursor. This interactivity adds an interesting UX dimension and draws the visitor into the author’s universe. Clicking on each one of the links leads to a video page complete with a short description and basic info. The main menu looks rather clean, offering only the most essential information, while the contact info is smartly tucked away in a side menu, further keeping things simple and tidy.
Maurice Hines website made with the Cinerama theme
The Maurice Hines documentary movie website is a perfect embodiment of the Cinerama theme’s Main studio home, with a set of parallax images as a base, and a striking slider section with pictures related to the film. The homepage is filled to the brim with useful elements, such as the clients carousel that is used here to list the festivals where the movie was screened. The testimonials section features film reviews from critics, while the timeline neatly showcases the history of this overlooked veteran performer, from his earliest days all the way to the present. All these sections are perfectly balanced out with dark and light backgrounds and clean typography.
Club Directors website made with the Cinerama theme
The Club Directors website takes complete advantage of the Cinerama theme’s fullscreen slider, captivating the viewer with a unique intro that features sneak peeks from high-quality commercials created by talented Spanish directors. The hidden vertical menu contains a list of over 30 different creators. Clicking on a name takes you to a neat-looking masonry portfolio list that will allow you to explore various videos from the director you picked. The site design is minimalistic and clean. Its focus is on the visual components, allowing all the works to speak for themselves.
Eye Slice Pictures website made with the Silverscreen theme
Eye Slice Pictures is a Madrid-based production company that mostly produces horror, thriller and science fiction movies. After the sleek animated preloader with the company logo is done loading, the website cuts straight to the chase using the Silverscreen’s full-width masonry portfolio list and an overlay hover effect to show off their short films. Other pages, like About (and creating a good About page is a task of its own) and Contact, are elegantly styled in black, white, and red tones, with impressive parallax backgrounds and a well-presented map at the bottom.
FIFEQ website made with the Cinerama theme
Canadian ethnographic film festival FIFEQ chose to create their website with the Cinerama theme. The site’s home features a fullscreen grayscale image that grabs attention at first glance. Their About page, an elegant and contemporary combination of black, white and soft pink, allows you to find out more about the festival itself and their mission, complete with a horizontal timeline with the festival’s key dates.
Daan Bothof website made with the Silverscreen theme
The Silverscreen theme’s fullscreen showcase makes the website of the cinematographer Daan Bothof shine in a deserving light. The image scaling entry animation that occurs on the fullscreen images as the visitor hovers on each link creates a unique immersive experience. Apart from the dynamic homepage, the rest of the site is mostly kept simple, but no less effective, with a black background and bright typography.
Zosia Mackenzie website made with the Assemble theme
Zosia Mackenzie is a production designer based in Toronto, Canada who has had some of her feature film work premiered at festivals such as Cannes, TIFF, and Buenos Aires. Thanks to the Assemble theme, her website makes full use of a simple but striking full-width portfolio list that showcases her most noteworthy creations and allows her to fully express her distinct, slightly dark visual style. There’s a smooth-looking shader overlay that provides title info on image hover, and clicking on a specific work leads you to a nicely presented big image portfolio page where you can view the video and read more about the project.
McKinley Benson website made with the Leitmotif theme
The website of McKinley Benson instantly draws you in with its dark style reminiscent of a movie theatre, combined with bright typography and black and white buttons. The Emmy award-winning filmmaker’s bio is discreetly tucked in the side area that opens on click, while his homepage lists some of his previous and upcoming works. What’s also interesting is the Leitmotif theme’s trademark animated noise effect that appears on each thumbnail before the video loads.
Your Guy Oscar website made with the Bridge theme
Built with the bestselling Bridge theme, the website of the intentionally cryptic director, cinematographer and writer Your Guy Oscar mostly centers around a showcase of his works. The projects are listed using portfolio items of alternating sizes that have a slow, discrete zoom on hover. The bright background with bold, unconventional typography contributes to the quirky and spirited feel of the entire site. Also interesting are the informative parallax sections that can be found on individual portfolio pages.
Overlat website made with the Bridge theme
Created by professionals with more than 20 years of experience in fields such as video games, cinema, and audiovisual production, Overlat is a studio that focuses on interactive experiences. Built using the Bridge theme, the essence of their website is concentrated in the homepage, with a gorgeous full-width animated slider showcasing four animation projects by the studio. These provide an insight into their visually immersive world, successfully showcasing their creativity, vision and diversity.
Paranoiia website made with the Cinerama theme
Paranoiia’s website throws you right into its intriguing and multidimensional world, with a 3D parallax effect that makes the video slider tilt in the opposite direction of the mouse. Coupled with a dark background and intense, alternating video scenes, it gives off a slightly unsettling vibe befitting of the name of this LA-based service production company. Also notable is the Cinerama theme’s interactive link showcase that allows you to find out more about their narrative films, while its gallery portfolio with info revealing on hover neatly displays music videos and commercials that come from this creative powerhouse.
Ray Wong website made with the Ukiyo theme
Ray Wong is an award-winning filmmaker and commercial director who chose the Ukiyo theme for his website. The homepage consists of a one-column portfolio gallery with subtle transparent overlays when hovering over a project. Here you can check out his most notable works, such as Honda, Samsung, and Swatch commercials. Clicking on each of these items leads to a clean-looking portfolio page where you can watch that particular video in its entirety, along with the sticky info that follows the imagery as the user scrolls.
Secodo website made with the Leitmotif theme
Secodo is a video production company from Toronto that produces music videos, commercials, and branded content. Their website makes good use of the Leitmotif theme’s horizontal portfolio showcase, with distinct noise hover types and an overall dark and urban vibe. Their website is focused on the visual content, letting the imagery speak for itself. This is also evident from their Reel page that only features the company’s engaging video promo, consisting of snippets from their various works.
FAF website made with the Silverscreen theme
The website of the Serbian FAF (Author Film Festival) takes full advantage of the Silverscreen theme’s movie homepage. A portfolio masonry list is there to showcase the festival’s programs, while previous award winners and the movie screening venues are presented in a clear, informative way using the theme’s meticulously built inner pages. A slider image gallery, a sponsor carousel and an awards section can all be found at the bottom of the page, giving a perfect finishing touch to this carefully structured festival website.
Eva Rubio website made with the Ukiyo theme
Eva Rubio is a Barcelona-based producer who has been working on commercials, short films, and music videos since 2008. The first thing that can be seen upon entering her website is a neatly styled portfolio list with animated video previews that tempt the visitors to click on them. This list acts as the website’s centerpiece, given that each image moves independently while being tightly arranged next to others, forming a dynamic and exciting entity. A simple vertical navigation menu reveals a list of works she has done, while various item overlays and gentle hover effects of the Ukiyo theme make her website easy to navigate and pleasing to the eye.
Saint Gingembre website made with the Amedeo theme
Saint Gingembre is a film agency that prioritizes originality and the cinematographic aspect of their output. Right upon entering their website, which is built with the Amedeo theme, the visitor is captured by the agency’s intriguing and slightly unusual manifesto presented as a moving image. Scrolling down the page, we are taken through a diverse parallax section with elegant-looking transparent buttons that change color on hover. The clean and striking fullscreen menu reveals additional content, such as beautiful masonry portfolio lists of the agency’s films, web series and documentaries, with overlay shader hover effects that complete the website’s dynamic and contemporary look.
HTI Media website made with the Cinerama theme
HTI Media is an independent television production company that specializes in short films and historic documentaries. Created with the Cinerama theme, their website complements their work stylistically and functionally, giving off a slightly retro vibe with a modern twist. Right below the fullscreen video slider, there’s a gorgeously streamlined portfolio gallery displaying the company’s featured works. As you hover over each portfolio item, additional information about that project is revealed thanks to the smooth text sliding hover effect. HTI Media also made great use of the theme’s clients carousel to proudly present some of their high-profile clients such as BBC, History Channel, etc.
Reverie 57 website made with the Cinerama theme
The Reverie 57 website is also built using the Cinerama theme. Its homepage lists some of the most notable works of this film production company in a masonry portfolio style. An animated camera loader introduces new pages, with each page styled in an elegant and monochromatic palette of black and white. Simple but stylish icons with text and a horizontal timeline further help with presenting what the company does and uncovering its history, whereas a team showcase allows you to read more about the Reverie 57 creatives.
Whether they’re for an indie film, a documentary, a commercial production company, or perhaps a film festival, all these websites successfully showcase the projects they’re promoting. Each site captured our attention from the very first glance. Some of them lured us in with their clean, minimalistic approach, while others impressed us with intriguing visuals, modern animations and innovative effects. But ultimately, what made us stay was the immense talent of these creators that was only emphasized by the sheer versatility and function of our themes.