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Netflix made its presence known early at this year's Sundance Film Festival, unveiling a documentary about the singer and activist Nina Simone that marked its first pitch-to-production movie.
The 2015 Sundance Film Festival kicked-off Thursday with a Netfilx-produced documentary about the singer and activist Nina Simone.
Festival Director John Cooper said he searches for an opening film that is "both intense, and one that leaves the audience excited and engaged."
When filmmakers and studio executives gather at the Sundance Film Festival, which begins Thursday, they're likely to be looking over their shoulder for Amazon and Netflix.
Fox Searchlight will release the Oscar favorite in more than 17 cities including New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Boston and Seattle.
Vimeo cuts a deal with Disney's Maker Studios, the largest channel operators of its much larger rival, Google's YouTube.
Vimeo will release Spike Lee's newest film Da Sweet Blood of Jesus in a deal that highlights the increasing acceptance of online distribution for first-run films.
Verizon dismissed a report Tuesday that it may seek to acquire AOL, but there are some good reasons why the telecommunications giant might be interested in some kind of tieup.
U.S. hits North Korea with economic sanctions as retribution for its attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, producer of "The Interview," a satire about an attempted assassination of the country's ruler.
Sony shouldn't have pulled its film 'The Interview' despite fears that North Korea would attempt to attack a U.S. movie theater, Obama said at a year-end press conference.