May 6, 2021
AVOD platform Tubi has inked a distribution deal with Drafthouse Films and digital distribution label Giant Pictures for nearly 40 Drafthouse Films titles now streaming with ads for free on Tubi. The collaboration marks the first time nearly all of Drafthouse’s English and foreign-language movies will be available on a single streaming service.
“Alamo Drafthouse has an undeniable reputation of giving cinephiles across the country a one-of-a-kind experience, and we can’t wait for our movie-loving audience to explore these premium indie titles,” Adam Lewinson, chief content officer of Tubi, said in a statement.
Through June 30, Tubi will be the exclusive streaming home to 20,000 Days on Earth, Ambassador, The Act of Killing, A Band Called Death, Borgman, Bullhead, Cheap Thrills, The Congress, The Dog, A Field In England, The Final Member, The FP, Graceland, I Declare War, Klown, Klown Forever, Men & Chicken, Mood Indigo, Nothing Bad Can Happen, The Overnighters, Pieta, R100, Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made, Wake In Fright, Why Don’t You Play In Hell? and Wrong.
Tubi will also be the exclusive free home to catalog titles Confetti of the Mind, Dangerous Men, Miami Connection, Ms. 45, Trailer War and The Visitor. Non-exclusive titles include Amira & Sam, The Connection, The Keeping Room, The Look of Silence, The Tribe and The World of Karako.
Nick Savva, GM of Giant Pictures, said the caliber of the Drafthouse catalog and the wide streaming distribution provided by Tubi is a “match made in cult movie heaven!”