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Fandor Is Now Available to Prime Members on Amazon Channels

The art-house-inclined streaming service is expanding its reach.

Fandor, long a favorite among the art-house crowd, looks set to expand its reach with the news that the streaming service is now available to Prime members on Amazon Channels. The company has also announced that it will be partnering with LeEco, a global technology company whose ecotvs and ecophones will now come preloaded with a one-year subscription to the Fandor app.

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“We are extremely excited to be working with Amazon and to have Fandor included in the Amazon Channels offering,” said Fandor CEO, Larry Aidem. “It’s an excellent opportunity for us to bring a wide array of films not available anywhere else to new audiences.” Amazon Prime members can start a free one-week Fandor trial, which includes access to more than 6,000 titles and such curated lists as Festival Favorites and Must-See Shorts.

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Fandor is also home to Keyframe, an online magazine with regular video essays, film-festival coverage and longform articles.

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