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Eurocinema and Direct TV join forces

Summer04 Eurocinema, America's only pay-per-view channel devoted exclusively to foreign film, will expand its reach by several million homes this week. Starting Aug. 1, Eurocinema will be available on Direct TV's on-demand platform. If you've got a relatively recent-generation Direct TV DVR, you'll be able to pick from 4,000 Eurocinema movies, few of them available elsewhere. They'll include the German Summer '04 with Martina Gadek (The Lives Of Others), the French Le Petit Lieutenant with Nathalie Baye (Catch Me If You Can), and the Iranian Under The Moonlight, which won the Critics Week Award at Cannes.


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