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    Amazon Gets 'Cheap Thrills' and More Drafthouse Films

    Amazon has struck a content licensing agreement with Cinedigm to make Prime Instant Video the exclusive subscription streaming home to several films of Drafthouse Films' collection.

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    Cinedigm and The Dove Foundation Launch Streaming Movie Channel

    Cinedigm has partnered with The Dove Foundation to launch Dove Movie Channel, a direct-to-consumer digital streaming subscription service targeted to families and kids.

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    Fandor to Exclusively Stream World Premiere of Hal Hartley's 'My America'

    The decision to debut "My America" via a streaming platform is not unprecedented -- especially since Hartley has embraced disruptive forces like crowdfunding in the past.

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    Why Starz Needs Netflix, Amazon, and Binge-Viewers to Save Its Original Series

    "Power" has already been renewed for a second season, and it's hard to tell why without doing some digging.

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    With Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and Now Yahoo All Producing Original Content, Is It Too Much for TV Fans?

    Yahoo is planning to produce two new scripted comedy series, one from "Bridesmaids" director Paul Feig.

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    Now You Can Watch 'The Sopranos,' 'True Blood' And More HBO Shows on Amazon Prime

    Amazon and HBO have signed a multi-year deal to bring the premium cable network's programming to Amazon Prime.

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    Remembering Kurt Cobain: Watch 'Kurt & Courtney' For Free on 20th Anniversary of His Death

    Twenty years ago on Saturday, Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was found dead in the Seattle house he shared with his wife, Courtney Love. It was ostensibly a suicide scene—there was a letter, and Kurt had shot himself—so the Seattle Police did not conduct a hearty investigation. The music world mourned...

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    On a Tragic Anniversary, Watch the Best Labor Movie of All Time Online for Free

    Yesterday marked the 103rd anniversary of the most pivotal moment in the history of labor rights. On March 25, 1911, a fire started in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, a sweatshop in Manhattan that employed immigrant women—some as young as fourteen—for $7 per week. On the day of the fire, the factor...

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