Film and TV The distributor takes it to the Internet so that you can rent for three das for 12 dollars
Lto tape ‘The Roads Not Taken‘, which has Javier Bardem and Salma Hayek in the cast, we might see in ‘streaming’ as part of a independent initiative which aims to keep alive the activity of the film while the boards continue to closed by the coronavirus.
The distributor Bleecker Street explained this Monday in a press release that ‘The Roads Not Taken‘after reporting on the Berlinaleis estren in a limited way in some cinemas of New York and Los angeles last march 13. However, the tour business of the film was abruptly interrupted when the global crisis of the coronavirus forced to close the meeting.
As a solution, the distributor has partnered with a number of independent cinemas to bring this film to the internet this Friday, so that the viewers can rent it for three das at a price of 12 dollars.
“While we have days that are missing to take the film to the cinemas of the pas, this new approach helps us to share it with the public while also supporting our partners in the exhibicin during these difficult times”, said the president of distribution of Bleecker Street, Jack Foley.
Along Bleecker Street are involved in this proposal, digital cinemas Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas, CMX Cinemas, Bow Tie Cinemas, Laemmle Theatres and Studio Movie Grill. The income obtained is dividirn between the distributor and the exhibitors.