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Luxury home cinema service Prima has struck a deal with Samuel Goldwyn Films, bolstering the company’s slate of offerings.
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The first Goldwyn titles being made available are Andrew Rossi‘s 2014 Sundance Film Festival documentary Ivory Tower, about the crisis in the country’s higher-education system, and The German Doctor, Argentina’s submission for the Oscar for best foreign language film.
Participant Media partnered with Goldwyn Films on Ivory Tower, which debuted in select theaters earlier this month. It was made available to Prima subscribers late last week.
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The Prima home theater system costs roughly $35,000 to install, plus $500 per film.
Universal, Paramount, Focus Features, Millennium Entertainment and IMAX also have deals with Prima.
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