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The Sundance Institute has teamed with Fandor to expand the number of past festival films available on the subscription streaming service.
The first Sundance film that will debut on Fandor, known for its collection of international and indie films, is the 2015 U.S. Documentary Special Jury Award: Verite Filmmaker Winner Western, directed by Bill and Turner Ross. Fandor already offers over 250 films that have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
“Sundance Institute is an ideal Fandor partner,” Fandor founder and chief content officer Jonathan Marlow said Wednesday in a statement. “Both organizations share an unprecedented commitment to independent storytelling in all of its forms. We are absolutely delighted to be working with Sundance.”
An additional five films will be added during this year’s fest, including David Riker’s La Ciudad (1999), Celine Sciammas’s Girlhood (2003), American Revolutionary (2014), Charlie Victor Romeo (2013) and music documentary The Jones Family Will Make a Way (2015).
Additional titles will be added throughout the year.
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