Jeff Porter lands deal with Fandor for New Documentary Film

August 15, 2015


Jeff Porter of Porter Pictures lands deal with Fandor for New Documentary Film


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Jeff Porter president of Porter Pictures recently closed a US deal with Fandor for new documentary film “George Tice: Seeing beyond the Moment”.   George Tice is is an extraordinary story of an American master, from his humble beginnings as a child selling paper flowers on street corners to his success creating a deeply-penetrating photographic record of the American experience.  Director Bruce Wodder follows George as he creates five new photographs from location to darkroom to finished print.


Fandor is an American subscription movie viewing service and social video sharing platform. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, the company was established in 2010 and officially launched on March 9, 2011 at the South by Southwest festival and conference in Austin, Texas.  Fandor "specializes in independent films, classics, silent films, foreign films, documentaries and shorts".   Most of Fandor's more than 6,000 films are outside mainstream channels and are from different cultures, time periods, and genres.   The service streams content to home theaters (through devices like Roku), computers, mobile devices and tablets, like Apple Inc.'s iPad.

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