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    Drafthouse Films to Release Monster Romance 'Spring' as BitTorrent Bundle

    'Spring' will be the second feature film to be distributed via BitTorrent Bundle, and will feature behind-the-scenes video.

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    BitTorrent Pushes Further into Original Content

    "Others in the original content space such as Amazon Prime, Netflix and Hulu have made great progress, but we are starting out with a big advantage: We have a larger audience than all of those platforms combined."

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    David Cross' Directorial Debut, "HITS" to Premiere as Pay-What-You Wish BitTorrent Bundle

    "HITS," which premiered last year at Sundance, will be the first feature film to be distributed via BitTorrent Bundle as well as the first pay-what-you-wish bundle.

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    BitTorrent Urges Sony to Release 'The Interview' Via Their Bundle Platform

    The file-sharing protocol penned a public letter, urging Sony to release "The Interview" on their Bundle platform and denouncing the opinion that the film should be made available through piracy sites. Read it below:

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    What Does Thom Yorke's New BitTorrent Album Mean for Filmmakers?

    By making his new album exclusively available via BitTorrent Bundle, Thom Yorke has opened the (pay) gates for more torrented content.

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    5 Reasons Fantastic Fest Deserves Your Respect

    Austin's wild genre festival is more than just a party for genre film fans.

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    Here's Why BitTorrent Needs to Condemn Piracy

    As part of our Indiewire's coverage of piracy in the film industry from various perspectives, we're sharing Ruth Vitale's guest post about BitTorrent. BitTorrent responds: "Of course we condemn piracy, we always have."

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    Guest Post: How to Save Indie Distribution in 5 Easy Steps

    Straith Schreder, Director of Content Strategy, BitTorrent, Inc. writes about how Drafthouse Films could show us the future of film distribution.

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    5 Daily Tech Stories That Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Mega Merger, Sailor Moon on Hulu, and More

    Here are the top five tech stories for filmmakers and film fans for the day, including news about the AT&T-DirectTV merger and more.

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    Here's Why Hollywood Needs Net Neutrality

    There’s a lot of confusion in Hollywood about what the proposed FCC Net Neutrality rules mean, and what they will mean for the entertainment industry.

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