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All IFC Films titles released in Canada will now be available for streaming on IFC Films Unlimited following their theatrical run starting with THE WRETCHED (August 5th) followed by Hirokazu Kore-Eda’s THE TRUTH, RELIC from Natalie Erika James, and Justin Kurzel’s THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE KELLY GANG
NEW YORK, NY (August 5, 2020) — IFC Films announced today that its streaming channel, IFC Films Unlimited, has expanded to include distribution on Amazon Prime Video Channels for Canada. Beginning July 28th, customers can subscribe directly to IFC Films Unlimited on Prime Video for $5.99 CAD per month. IFC Films Unlimited is a subscription video on demand streaming channel comprised of theatrically-released and award-winning titles from distribution labels IFC Films, Sundance Selects and genre label IFC Midnight.
The expansion of IFC Films Unlimited with Amazon in Canada will debut with summer drive-in and digitally released hit, THE WRETCHED.
“IFC Films Unlimited has consistently outperformed our expectations since launching just over a year ago. The programming has attracted specialty film fans who are looking for high-quality independent film across a variety of genres. We are thrilled to continue our expansion in Canada with Amazon,” said Lisa Schwartz, Co-President of IFC Films. “
IFC Films Unlimited includes a broad range of titles from IFC Films, which has been behind some of the most culturally impactful and successful independent film and documentary releases of all time. In addition to IFC Films’ “classics” like FRANCES HA and THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY, the service also includes the Oscar-nominated film 45 YEARS, as well as critically acclaimed auteur works like PERSONAL SHOPPER and CLOUDS OF SILS MARIA and this recent genre hit THE WRETCHED. Upcoming films to the service include, the debut from Oscar-nominated director Barry Jenkins, MEDICINE FOR MELANCHOLY and YOUR SISTER’S SISTER from Emmy-nominated director Lynn Shelton.