Numericable-SFR Signs Distribution Agreements With Top Movie Studios, Opens VideoStore by Numericable

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Le 18 / 12 / 14 | Posté par Elodie THURET
Numericable-SFR Signs Distribution Agreements With Top Movie Studios, Opens VideoStore by Numericable

Numericable-SFR Signs Distribution Agreements With Top Movie Studios, Opens Permanent Video Download Service VideoStore by Numericable 

Numericable-SFR is strengthening its film distribution strategy by signing agreements with the largest French and international producers: 20th Century Fox, francetv distribution, Gaumont, DreamWorks and Disney.With these assets, Numericable is inaugurating its own content distribution platform – VideoStore by Numericable – enabling customers to download once and for all a large selection of movies, including new releases and exclusive content. With this new service, subscribers to LaBox Fibre by Numericable can now build up their movie libraries and enjoy their content on any screen, as long and often as they please.

Strategic agreements with the largest production companies
By signing deals with French and international copyright holders, Numericable-SFR is broadening its cinema offering and enabling Numericable customers to enjoy the most popular movies of the day.
20th Century Fox: with full licenses for Planet of the Apes, Rio, the Ice Age, X-Men and – starting December 20 – The Fault in Our Stars. 
francetv distribution: 12 Years a Slave, Captain Harlock, Jimmy's Hall, and French comedy On a failli être amies.
Gaumont: Nice and Easy, comedy Amour sur place ou à emporter, Belle & Sebastian, My Summer in Provence and – starting January 10 – Gemma Bovery.
DreamWorks : Dragon 1&2  and Turbo.
Disney & Disney Pixar : Frozen, Cars  2, Peter Pan, Planes, Maleficent, Monsters Academy, Brave, Iron Man 3. 

VideoStore by Numericable, to enjoy your films at any time, as often as you like
The VideoStore by Numericable service is launching with a selection of more than 120 movies for the whole family. Selling from €5.99 on LaBox Fibre by Numericable, they can then be downloaded using the LaBox TV¹ app and watched on various screens, including tablets and smartphones. With new movies added every week to the catalogue, customers can expand their personal video collections and enjoy them at any time, on any screen and as long as they like.



For the service’s launch, Numericable is offering a broad selection of movies, including new releases and exclusive content such as:
Ice Age – A Mammoth Christmas Special: this 30’ short, distributed exclusively by 20th Century Fox, will be available free of charge to Numericable customers on the weekend of December 20-21. 
“We are delighted to work with Numericable-SFR to offer their movie buff customers unequaled access – through the VideoStore – to all the works and new releases of 20th Century Fox. Digital HD is gaining ground fast. Customers can now own digital copies of their movies and watch them at any time and as often as they like, in High Definition and on the move,” commented Laurence Rostein, Director Digital Licensing & Distribution, 20th Century Fox Continental Europe.

Lucy: Luc Besson’s new science fiction blockbuster (more than 5 million box office tickets sold), can be permanently downloaded for €13.99. 

Guardians of the Galaxy: five bonuses are offered exclusively from the launch until January 18, taking fans backstage with the making of the latest Marvel installment and interviews with actors to complement the movie, available for download immediately.
   

A catalogue of new releases for the holiday season 
From December 18 to 24, Numericable customers will also enjoy special Christmas deals, with more than 60 movies at attractive prices (starting at €5.99). From December 25 to January 4, the Calendrier de l’Après operation will offer 20th Century Fox blockbusters for €12.99: How to Train Your Dragon 2, X-Men - Days of Future Past, Mr Peabody & Sherman, Rio 2, and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
 


¹ service coming soon on SFR’s Box TV Fibre
Terms & Conditions on https://www.numericable.tv

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