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Tata Sky signs pact with movie company Palador Pictures news
12 October 2007
New Delhi: Palador Pictures, the rights holder to almost 1,000 film titles, has partnered with Direct- to-Home (DTH) service provider Tata Sky.

Under the arrangement, the DTH services'' pay-per-view Showcase will offer films from the Palador stable, which comprises works of directors like Akira Kurosawa, Jim Jarmusch, Oxide Pang Chun and Danny Pang, amongst others.

Starting Friday, Tata Sky is offering eight movies, including Akira Kurosawa''s Seven Samurai, for download over the next five weeks. Thereafter, it will replace the titles with new ones.

In a statement, Gautam Sikhnis, founder and managing director, Palador Pictures said that the alliance was a fructification of their hard work, and will showcase the collection of the best-of-the-best movies from across the world. Currently, Palador has around 1000 titles in its library, and is counting on Tata Sky to make them available to the discerning Indian audience, he added.

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Tata Sky signs pact with movie company Palador Pictures