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ifilm

An app that showcases the latest trailers to lovers of Indian films across the world in high quality.

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iFilm

Watch the latest programs with iFilm!With the app you can easily watch iFilm live with either Arabic or Persian audio. You can also watch recorded...

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ifilm Trailers

An app that showcases the latest trailers to lovers of Indian films across the world in high quality.

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iFilm School

Have you ever wanted to make a movie but didn't know where to start? With this comprehensive color-coded guide you'll be sure to learn the most...

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iFilm English

This is the iFILM Movies & Series channel's application which you will never miss any programs with it.But that's not all..You will be able to...

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iFilm Conversion

The companion app to the iFilm Mount. The iFilm Conversion App allows you to convert pictures and videos taken with the iFilm Mount. Videos and...

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1sTube

Search and play videos from various video Web sites and organize your lists.

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MTV buys iFilm for $49 million

Deal could mean a lot more downloadable TV programming for Web users and more online advertising for Viacom.

By October 14, 2005

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Viacom may have its eye on iFilm

Media conglomerate is expected to finalize a deal in the next two weeks, sources familiar with the plan say.

By September 22, 2005

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iFilm takes Acacia streaming media license

Another prominent deal for controversial digital media patentholder.

By August 23, 2004

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iFilm turns site into movie portal

Online entertainment company iFilm is expanding its business to become a one-stop shop for online and offline movies. The Hollywood-based company said its new directory and revamped site includes 15,000 shorts and 2,500 full-length films that people can view at various Web sites. The directory divides movies into genres and themes. Through each channel, film fans can watch shorts and movies, find movie information, and view a comparison shopping guide for DVDs or videos. David Card, an analyst at Jupiter Media Metrix, said that although iFilm is offering services people are likely to want online, the company is entering a market filled with established sites such as eOnline, Ticketmaster and Moviefone. iFilm is "going to have to fire on all cylinders, and they're going to have to do it in a cost-effective fashion--and those are tough challenges," he said.

June 13, 2001

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Ifilm lands $10 million in funding

Online entertainment company Ifilm says it has secured $10 million in its latest investment round from companies that include Yahoo, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Eastman Kodak, Vulcan Ventures, Axiom Ventures and GeoCities founder David Bohnett's Baroda Ventures. The company also won investments from Falcon Cable founder Marc Nathanson and former Global Crossing Chief Executive Leo Hindery. Ifilm said it will use the money to further its operations and move toward profitability.

February 5, 2001

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Terra Lycos cues music, movie services

The Spanish Internet media company makes a big push into broadband entertainment, signing deals with iFilm and Listen.com.

By June 11, 2002

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MovieFlix taps Microsoft's Windows Media

Online film provider MovieFlix says it will use Microsoft's Windows Media technologies to deliver films over the Web. The company said it will offer more than 50 movies and TV shows in the Windows Media format to its premium customers. Through the deal, Microsoft will also feature several MovieFlix films at its Windows.com Web site. Some of the movies--available in both dial-up and broadband streams-- will include "The Chinese Connection," "A Boy and His Dog" and "Little Shop of Horrors." Founded in 1998, MovieFlix has forged alliances with companies including AOL Time Warner, Ifilm, NBC Internet, RealNetworks, Yahoo and TV Guide.

March 19, 2002

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TiVo to come packaged with Web-based movies

The digital video recorder maker teams with iFilm to provide TV access to movies previously available only on the Web.

April 19, 2000

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Movie site takes viewers behind the scenes

Internet broadcaster iFilm Network plans to give online audiences an eye into Hollywood, with a behind-the-scenes look into the making of indie director Rob Nilsson's Scheme.

June 22, 1999