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IFC Films adds movies to iTunes

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 24 Feb 2007 16:04 User comments (2)

IFC Films adds movies to iTunes New York-based IFC Films, one of the world's largest Independent movie distributors, has made several movies available for download from Apple Computer Inc.'s iTunes store. The company said it will initially add the movies that were nominated for the 2007 Independent Spirit Awards to the store and seven more will also be added that were nominated in previous years.
"By making IFC films available on the world's most popular online movie store we're giving independent filmmakers the exciting opportunity to reach a wider audience of movie enthusiasts," IFC's senior president of sales and development Lisa Schwartz said. "American Gun," "Happy Here and Now" and "Land of Plenty," are among the movies added, which are prices at $9.99.


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124.2.2007 21:21

A nice little way to get larger audiences to view independent films.

225.2.2007 15:05

it's stupid. no one will download a movie if they wont even watch it on digital cable. ifc sold out.

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