Fandor Launches Amazon Channel Video Subscription Service

Fandor, the streaming service with the largest library of independent movies, international features, shorts and documentaries on the greatest number of devices announced that Amazon Prime members can now access its video subscription service on Amazon Channels. Fandor also announced that it is partnering with leading global technology company LeEco™, which last week confirmed its North America launch date.

The move emphasizes Fandor and Amazon’s commitment to providing exceptional content to a growing audience of film enthusiasts. The expansion will enable Fandor to reach tens of millions of Amazon Prime members by the end of 2016.

“We are extremely excited to be working with Amazon and to have Fandor included in the Amazon Channels offering,” said Fandor CEO, Larry Aidem. “It’s an excellent opportunity for us to bring a wide array of films not available anywhere else to new audiences.”

Subscribe to Amazon Prime to start your free 1-week Fandor trial and get unlimited access to select Fandor content, a list of titles that exceeds 6,000 films including curated lists such as “Festival Favorites”, “Must-see Shorts”, and popular films such as Werner Herzog’s Aguirre, the Wrath of God, burgeoning filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos’ Dogtooth, the Academy Award® winning film Ida, and the widely acclaimed The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy.

Amazon Video is available across many devices and platforms, including streaming media players and living room devices like PlayStation and Roku, as well as mobile devices, the Amazon Video app, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, and Fire tablets, and online at Amazon.com/channels.

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