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Netflix 1, Cable Ouch! "The Artist" Will Make Its Pay TV Premiere on Netflix Instant

Photo of Dana Harris By Dana Harris | Indiewire February 21, 2012 at 12:47PM

Oscar front-runner "The Artist," along with best-documentary nominee "Undefeated," will make their pay-TV debuts on Netflix as streaming titles.
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Oscar front-runner "The Artist," along with best-documentary nominee "Undefeated," will make their pay-TV debuts on Netflix as streaming titles.

They're part of a multi-year licensing agreement between Netflix and the Weinstein Co. that covers foreign-language and documentary films, along with certain other titles. 

Other films under the arrangement include "Sarah's Key," starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Madonna's "W.E." and Ralph Fiennes' "Coriolanus." 

Also in the deal are upcoming limited releases "The Intouchables," a French box office hit and the documentary "Bully." 





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