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  • Brazilian indie films get a new channel
  • Brazilian indie films get a new channel
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Brazilian indie films get a new channel

Though 1.34 billion Americans went to the cinema in 2013 alone, independent cinema continues to battle against major picture houses. But in Brazil, Canal O Cubo is an online distribution channel for independent cinema that wants to widen its reach.



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