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Fandor streaming site features NFB shorts

The distribution deal will see classic titles by Denys Arcand, Michel Brault (pictured) and Norman McLaren become available to subscribers throughout May.
April 29, 2014

Fandor, the U.S.-based online film streaming service, has launched a dedicated page for National Film Board of Canada shorts.

The collection, programmed by Ted Hope, launched on Tuesday and will continue through to the end of May.

The agreement with the NFB will see classic shorts like Denys Arcand’s Champlain, Michel Brault’s The End of Summer and William Greaves’ Emergency Ward become available to Fandor subscribers.

The on-demand movie theater, which launched in Canada last year and features film titles from festivals and library catalogues, will also feature NFB shorts like Zlatko Grgic’s Hot Stuff, Karl Lemieux’s Mamori and Norman McLaren’s Neighbours and Narcissus films.

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