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FilmBuff Goes Global with New Partners

Indiewire By Devin Lee Fuller | Indiewire December 7, 2011 at 12:25PM

Digital entertainment curator FilmBuff is teaming up with international platform to bring independent entertainment to worldwide audiences.
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The Polish Brothers' "For Lovers Only" will be released internationally through FilmBuff.

Digital entertainment curator FilmBuff is teaming up with international platform to bring independent entertainment to worldwide audiences.

The new platforms include China's You On Demand, India's Nyoo TV, Sweden's Voddler, Australia's BigPond and FetchTV and Canada's Rogers On Demand Online.

With this latest expansion, FilmBuff's titles are now available to be streamed or rented on four different continents.

Full press release below:

FilmBuff Expands With New Global Partners
Reaching new audiences via You On Demand, Voddler, NYOO TV & BigPond and more

NEW YORK, NY - December 7, 2011 - FilmBuff, one of the world’s largest digital entertainment curators, is partnering with international platforms to bring independent entertainment to global audiences. The platforms include: You On Demand (China), Nyoo TV (India), Voddler (Sweden), BigPond (Australia), FetchTV (Australia) and Rogers On Demand Online (Canada).

With this new set of output deals, FilmBuff expands its international reach, adding to its existing worldwide distribution partners LoveFilm, blinkbox, iTunes UK, iTunes Canada and YouTube Canada. This second international push allows FilmBuff’s titles to be streamed or rented on four different continents.

Since 2008, FilmBuff has released more than 300 films onto digital platforms such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon VOD, Vudu and Cable Movies On Demand, becoming the leading company in digital distribution.

“We are excited to bring our films to a much larger audience and expand FilmBuff’s worldwide reach as a curator for independent content,” said FilmBuff’s International Programming Manager Rebecca Sosa.

Upcoming FilmBuff international releases include Banksy’s new documentary The Antics Roadshow, Harry Shearer’s documentary, The Big Uneasy, the Polish Brothers’ drama For Lovers Only and the acclaimed indie film The Green.