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Cinedigm expands Docurama brand

April 12, 2013

Cinedigm is heightening its Docurama Films independent label into a multi-platform brand with a series of national theatrical screening events and a proprietary over-the-top (OTT) streaming network. For almost 15 years, Docurama Films has presented acclaimed documentaries such as the Oscar-nominated The Invisible War and Hell and Back Again and classics like Don’t Look Back and Primary.

The multiple-platform brand launches on April 22 with a seven-week, seven-film series of screenings in theatres across the country. Markets currently booked for the series include: Los Angeles (Laemmle Claremont, Monica, NoHo); Pasadena, CA (Laemmle Playhouse); Encino, CA (Laemmle Town Center); San Diego, CA (Media Arts Center); Austin, TX (Alamo Drafthouse Village, Slaughter Lane); San Antonio, TX (Alamo Drafthouse Park North); Phoenix, AZ (Harkins Shea-Scottsdale); Cleveland, OH (Cedar Lee, Capital); Pittsburgh, PA (Southside Works); New Haven, CT (Criterion Cinemas @ Movieland); Hartford, CT (Cinema City at the Palace); Ithaca, NY (Cinemapolis); Winchester, VA (Alamo Drafthouse); and Richmond, VA (Criterion Cinemas @ Movieland). All seven films will also be available for by-demand theatrical screenings across the country through a partnership with Tugg (www.tugg.com). Titles include G-Dog, The Fruit Hunters, Ping Pong and The World Before Her.


Cinedigm expands Docurama brand

April 12, 2013

Cinedigm is heightening its Docurama Films independent label into a multi-platform brand with a series of national theatrical screening events and a proprietary over-the-top (OTT) streaming network. For almost 15 years, Docurama Films has presented acclaimed documentaries such as the Oscar-nominated The Invisible War and Hell and Back Again and classics like Don’t Look Back and Primary.

The multiple-platform brand launches on April 22 with a seven-week, seven-film series of screenings in theatres across the country. Markets currently booked for the series include: Los Angeles (Laemmle Claremont, Monica, NoHo); Pasadena, CA (Laemmle Playhouse); Encino, CA (Laemmle Town Center); San Diego, CA (Media Arts Center); Austin, TX (Alamo Drafthouse Village, Slaughter Lane); San Antonio, TX (Alamo Drafthouse Park North); Phoenix, AZ (Harkins Shea-Scottsdale); Cleveland, OH (Cedar Lee, Capital); Pittsburgh, PA (Southside Works); New Haven, CT (Criterion Cinemas @ Movieland); Hartford, CT (Cinema City at the Palace); Ithaca, NY (Cinemapolis); Winchester, VA (Alamo Drafthouse); and Richmond, VA (Criterion Cinemas @ Movieland). All seven films will also be available for by-demand theatrical screenings across the country through a partnership with Tugg (www.tugg.com). Titles include G-Dog, The Fruit Hunters, Ping Pong and The World Before Her.

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