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London — Studiocanal has inked a deal with Media Storehouse to promote its movie library, which boasts more than 5,000 titles, through the launch of The Studiocanal Store.
The Studiocanal Store, which is now live at www.studiocanalstore.co.uk, makes digitally restored images and posters from classic British titles available to the public. The pics include “Ice Cold in Alex,” “Billy Liar,” “Brighton Rock,” “Dam Busters,” “Don’t Look Now,” “The Lady Killers,” “The Railway Children,” “The Third Man” and “The Wicker Man.”
The launch has been four years in the making, with the archive based at Pinewood Studios. Movie fans will be able to purchase classic posters, prints and wall art with all material digitally restored, as well as selected current titles. More than 5,500 images are already live with more being continually added.
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Partnership will see the launch of the StudioCanal store, with over 5,500 images already available.
StudioCanal has partnered with Media Storehouse to further promote the studio’s catalogue of over 5,000 titles.
The partnership sees the launch of the StudioCanal store (www.studiocanalstore.co.uk), making digitally restored images and posters available to the public from films such as Billy Liar and The Wicker Man.
Fans will be able to purchase classic posters, prints and wall art, and over 5,500 images are already available with more being continually added.
Affirming StudioCanal’s commitment to promoting the best of British cinema, the launch has been four years in the making with the archive based at Pinewood Studios. »
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