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IFC Films extends movie output deal with Showtime
IFC Films extends movie output deal with Showtime

Showtime wants to journey through more years with IFC Films. The premium channel Showtime will keep its pipeline of IFC Films, which was behind this year's Oscar best picture nominee "Boyhood," for five more years. Showtime Networks, a division of CBS Corp., and IFC Films, owned by AMC Networks, have agreed to extend their movie output deal by five years. The extension, announced Thursday, means that Showtime will receive first run of films theatrically distributed by IFC Films through 2021. Showtime subscribers can watch the the titles across all of Showtime's platforms, including its sister outlets -- Movie Channel and Flix -- as well as on Showtime On Demand...

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