Asia Pacific Films Launches Pay-Per-View Site
Service will offer films curated by members of the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema.
BUSAN, South Korea -- A new pay-per-view site will offer fans of Asian cinema the chance to watch a curated collection of films from China, Hawaii, India, Indonesia, Iran, Korea and Singapore, Asia Pacific Films announced Wednesdsay.
Titles available at launch include director Lee Do-young's Eunuch from Korea; Poet of the Wastes from Iranian director Mohammad Ahmadi; Spices, by Indian director Ketan Mehta; and And the Moon Dances by Indonesia's Garin Nugroho.
Chosen by members of the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC). Titles are available for $2.99 each or $8.99 per mont, and may be viewed on computers, televisions, iPhones and iPads from the Asia Pacific Films website.
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