SGL Entertainment Signs Deal with the International Movie Streaming Platform FilmDoo

SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that it has signed a deal with the international movie streaming platform FilmDoo. Massimiliano Cerchi who heads up Foreign Acquisitions and Distribution for SGL Entertainment landed the deal as part of our new Foreign Distribution Operations. President Jeffrey A. Swanson and CEO Damien Dante have been pushing some of our Classic Titles in the US and Canada with a lot of success, and now with this new deal, this opens the doors to getting more of our films into Europe and Beyond. Some of the titles involved with the deal are:
Creature from the Black Lagoon, Night of the Living Dead and the Driller Killer.

FilmDoo

www.filmdoo.com/films/creature-from-the-black-lagoon

www.filmdoo.com/films/night-of-the-living-dead

www.filmdoo.com/films/the-driller-killer

About FilmDoo

FilmDoo is the go-to international movie platform for watching, sharing, following and tracking International and Independent Cinema. Established in 2013 with offices in London and Sydney, FilmDoo helps consumers connect, discover and source films they are interested in regardless of country or language. With a unique personalized recommendation algorithm, FilmDoo houses a global community perfectly tailored to each individual user. FilmDoo is committed to sourcing the best independent and international cinema, making it easier and faster to share in the global cinematic experience.

FilmDoo

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For More Info on FilmDoo Go To:

www.filmdoo.com

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