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iW NEWS | Cinelan Partners With Telegraph, BritDoc

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire July 23, 2008 at 4:11AM

Cinelan, publisher of three-minute, non-fiction films, and telegraph.co.uk, the online arm of the Telegraph Media Group, have announced a partnership for online syndication of Cinelan films. "The Telegraph shares Cinelan's belief that online video is best showcased in context and will show Cinelan films both as stand-alone features and embedded within stories as companion video" said James Flint, General Manager of Telegraph TV in a statement. "Content of the quality of Cinelan films is hard to come by and we're excited to include them as part of our expanding video strategy." Cinelan also announced today that a selection of its three-minute stories will play before each of the 16 feature films screening at the 2008 BritDoc Festival, which runs July 23-25, 2008 in Oxford. Cinelan, which plans to distribute its films via digital cinemas, television, Internet and mobile partners, is also in talks with UK broadcaster Channel 4 regarding and output deal via its "3 Minute Wonders" series, and will distribute through UK theatrical partner, Picturehouse Cinemas. [Peter Knegt]
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Cinelan, publisher of three-minute, non-fiction films, and telegraph.co.uk, the online arm of the Telegraph Media Group, have announced a partnership for online syndication of Cinelan films. "The Telegraph shares Cinelan's belief that online video is best showcased in context and will show Cinelan films both as stand-alone features and embedded within stories as companion video" said James Flint, General Manager of Telegraph TV in a statement. "Content of the quality of Cinelan films is hard to come by and we're excited to include them as part of our expanding video strategy." Cinelan also announced today that a selection of its three-minute stories will play before each of the 16 feature films screening at the 2008 BritDoc Festival, which runs July 23-25, 2008 in Oxford. Cinelan, which plans to distribute its films via digital cinemas, television, Internet and mobile partners, is also in talks with UK broadcaster Channel 4 regarding and output deal via its "3 Minute Wonders" series, and will distribute through UK theatrical partner, Picturehouse Cinemas. [Peter Knegt]

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