Here is an awesome piece of news for you. Netflix and IFC Entertainment have joined forces to stream films from the IFC catalog. Netflix has already partnered with many different companies to allow customers with unlimited instant streaming to view movies from computers and gaming counsels.
With this partnership, you will now be able to stream 53 films, including films from Christopher Nolan, John Sayles, Catherine Breillat, James Toback, Hirokazu Kore-Eda, Rebecca Miller, Susanne Bier, and Errol Morris. The films will be available to stream starting today November 20th.
Executive Vice President of IFC Entertainment, Lisa Schwartz stated,
“Netflix has always championed independent cinema and has creatively built audiences for films in this genre, and we’re excited to give their customers instant access to this wide-ranging collection of independent film…Our top priority is to make independent film available to a wider audience and this partnership further underscores that commitment.”
The streaming feature on Netfilx has got to be one of the greatest inventions ever. Seriously, it rivals sliced bread.
Here are a few films you will be able to stream:
- John Sayles – The Brother From Another Planet and Return of Secaucus Seven
- Christopher Nolan – Following
- Joe Swanberg -Nights and Weekdends
- James Toback – When Will I Be Loved?
- Rebecca Miller – Angela
- Errol Morris – The Thin Blue Line and Gates of Heaven
- Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky – Brother’s Keeper
- Jim Stern and Adam Del Deo – So Goes the Nation
- Susanne Bier – Brothers
- Patrice Chereau – Gabrielle
- Hirokazu Kore-Eda – Nobody Knows
- Lukas Moodysson – Together
- Christophe Honoré – Dans Paris
- Catherine Breillat – Sex is Comedy
- Alfonso Cuaron - Solo Con Tu Pareja
- Kristian Levring – The Intended
- Hou Hsiao Hsien – Three Times
What do you think?