Netflix announced another multi-year content licensing deal on Tuesday that will bring such films as “The Hunger Games,” “The Artist,” and “Midnight in Paris” to its subscribers in Latin America and Brazil, according to Variety.
The deal with Telefilms, a major indie distributor in the region, will enable subscribers to watch some films four months after their theatrical premiere. Netflix has been operating in Latin America for nine months and has more than one million subscribers, Variety says.
"We are excited to now have such a fantastic flow of commercially successful and critically-acclaimed films for our members in the region," said Ted Sarandos, Netflix chief content officer. "Telefilms has great taste and a great track record that now extends over 50 years and we are proud to be working with such a distinguished and successful company."