Netflix Begins Streaming Movies From Miramax Library in Latin America
New deal includes such titles as "Pulp Fiction," "The English Patient" and "Good Will Hunting."
Under Miramax’s first international digital agreement, Netflix will begin streaming titles from the Miramax library today in Latin America.
More than 140 Miramax movies, ranging from Chicago and Chocolat to Amityville Horror, Scream and Spy Kids, will be offered to Netflix viewers in such countries as Mexico, Brazil and Argentina. Titles will be added on a rotating basis and will be available on multiple platforms, including TV, tablet, PC and mobile phones.
“We are very pleased to launch our first international digital deal through our friends at Netflix,” Miramax CEO Michael Lang said. “The robust Netflix platform will provide a proven avenue to reach Latin American audiences and take advantage of strong subscriber growth prospects. We look forward to growing the international audience for the Miramax library through many more partnerships like this around the world.”
Financial terms of the multi-year agreement were not disclosed.
Netflix has been streaming movies from the Miramax library in the U.S. since May.