Eleven benefit from Sundance Artist Services

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Eleven benefit from Sundance Artist Services
Sundance Institute has revealed the latest batch of 11 films available through digital platforms and storefronts via the Institute’s Artist Services programme. Separately, Vimeo On Demand has announced the first 13 on-demand titles it acquired in Toronto.

Artist Services platforms include iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Microsoft Xbox, Sony Entertainment Network, SundanceNOW, Vudu and YouTube.

Titles include Dear Mandela, Happy Sad, The Light In Her Eyes (pictured) and Reporter.

Four months after Vimeo On Demand announced it would offer $10,000 advances for 30-day exclusive digital windows on world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff), the on-demand service has unveiled the first 13 titles.

The Tiff films premiering on Vimeo On Demand in 2014 are: Asphalt Watches, Cinemanovels, Empire Of Dirt, Brazilian Western (Faroeste Caboclo), People In Places (Gente En Sitios), Ladder To Damascus, Little Feet, Palestine Stereo, Standing Aside Watching, The Animal Project, This Is Sanlitun, A Journey (Une Jeune Fille) and Wild Duck.

The films will
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