MUMBAI: Warner Bros. Digital Distribution (WBDD) has expanded its digital film offerings through new and existing agreements with Oscilloscope Laboratories, Gravitas Ventures, Wolfe Video, First Look Studios, Full Moon Features, MarVista Entertainment, Image Entertainment and Lantern Lane Entertainment, Ltd.
Critically acclaimed titles including Management starring Jennifer Aniston, Crips and Bloods: Made in America, Wendy & Lucy starring Michele Williams and the Academy Award nominated documentary The Garden are among dozens of sought after indie films that will debut on Video on Demand (VOD) in the coming months.
By working with Warner Bros. Digital Distribution, independent filmmakers now have access to one of the world’s largest digital distribution networks. Through pay-per-view, video on demand and for selected titles electronic sell through / download to own, these independent films will be made available to an audience upwards of 90 million households in North America and upwards of 195 million worldwide.
"The global market for digital rental and ownership of feature films is growing rapidly, driving accelerated demand for quality content both in mainstream and targeted genres. As a leader in digital distribution, we’re excited to deepen and broaden the digital offerings we deliver to our customers and to help bring strong independent titles to a larger worldwide audience," said Warner Bros. Digital Distribution president Thomas Gewecke.