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Cult OTT: Wuaki.tv partners with Arrow Films

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Wuaki.tv has stuck a new content partnership with leading independent movie and TV distributor Arrow Films.

The deal is set to bring some of the world’s most cutting edge movies and TV shows to Wuaki.tv’s on-demand catalogue. Wuaki.tv says it is setting itself apart by bringing together the best in international TV series and cult films from all over the globe. The partnership with Arrow Films is the latest example of this, following the creation of a dedicated ‘British Movies’ section on Wuaki.tv earlier this year.

The new titles from Arrow Films expands Wuaki.tv’s international content offering, with new TV and movie titles from producers in Italy, Norway and Israel added to the catalogue for the first time. The new content was selected specifically as the best examples of quality titles from around the world. The TV series includes content from Arrow Films ‘Nordic Noir’ section, including The Killing, The Bridge, Wallander as well as the Italian sensation event Series Gomorrah.

“Our users aren’t purely interested in the latest Hollywood blockbusters, we see a desire for a more diverse range of genres and movie styles from all over the globe”, comments Simon Homent, European Content Director at Wuaki.tv. “The addition of some of the most popular cult TV series and movies from across Europe will set Wuaki.tv apart in a market that focuses on Hollywood content, and we will continue adding to it in future.”

 

 

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