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Hot on the heels of its TV partnership with My French Film Festival, Eurocinema, a pay-per-view video-on-demand (VOD) movie network in North America, has announced a multi-year agreement with Miramax to bring a range of new European films into the fold.

Eurocinema will debut various Miramax foreign titles, including the following for March: Malena with Monica Bellucci, About Adam with Kate Hudson, Daughter of D'Artangnan (Revenge of the Musketeers) with Sophie Marceau, and Dirty Pretty Things with Audrey Tatou.

"Eurocinema's partnership with Miramax is unprecedented," said Sebastien Perioche, chairman and CEO at Eurocinema. "Never before will such a high quality and diversified collection of world screen gems be available in one place and on demand. Eurocinema has become the go-to destination for fans of European cinema."

Eurocinema is available to 35 million subscribers in the US via pay-TV providers including Comcast, Cablevision, Charter and Verizon, among others.

New Miramax titles will be made available each month, for rental fees ranging from $3.95-$4.99 each.

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