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Best of British cinema comes to Wuaki.tv

Wuaki.tv, a leading movie and TV series streaming service, today announced the addition of hundreds of new British movie titles to the company’s extensive on-demand catalogue. The titles include movies from local directors such as Danny Boyle, Guy Ritchie, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, Noel Clark, Tom Hooper & Edgar Wright.

The new titles have been added to Wuaki.tv’s catalogue following partnerships with new content partners such as Metrodome, Kaleidoscope Entertainment, The Movie Partnership and Content Media Corporation, and selected specifically as the best examples of quality titles produced by British cinema. Wuaki.tv has hand-picked these titles especially as the first selection to focus on British-produced movie content, providing a range of titles that will greatly appeal to British viewers alongside the usual Hollywood blockbuster releases.

While other streaming services tend to focus mainly on Hollywood blockbusters, Wuaki.tv is setting itself apart by bringing the best of British cinema to movie fans this summer. Each title features British casts and directors, and were predominantly filmed and produced in Britain.

The new movies will be divided into two broad categories, Classic and Modern, and feature a host of British stars including Keira Knightley, James McAvoy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Carey Mulligan, Colin Firth, Helen Mirren, Dominic Cooper, Helena Bonham-Carter, Sean Bean, Tim Roth, Michael Sheen, Ray Winstone, Danny Dyer.

“We know movie fans are always interested in seeing the latest releases, but there’s a whole lot more than just Hollywood blockbusters that they enjoy watching – and we’ve now got the best of British on Wuaki.tv” comments Simon Homent, UK Content Director at Wuaki.tv. “We have hundreds of new titles being added, everything from The Beatles’ having A Hard Day’s Night, to paranormal goings on in the West country in The Borderlands.

 

 

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