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Classic Film Fans Now Have More Ways Than Ever to Watch Flicker Alley’s Rare, Silent, and Classic Movies  

(Los Angeles, CA – January 13, 2014) – Flicker Alley is pleased to announce that classic film fans have three new ways to enjoy the uniquely-curated Flicker Alley collection. Select Flicker Alley titles are now available to stream on the Flicker Alley website, Hulu, and Fandor.


The changing face of the home video market has long been of particular interest to us here at Flicker Alley. Our mission is, quite simply, to bring film history to new audiences, and with this in mind, we are now offering specialized streaming content of rare and classic films directly from our brand-new website. This site not only supports our growing DVD/Blu-ray catalog, but also adds an entire infrastructure devoted to high-quality streaming video rentals.
Here’s how it works:
– Sign up for free as a Flicker Alley site member on
– Click on our ‘Streaming‘ tab at the top of the homepage which will direct you to the list of available titles to stream.
– Choose from any one of the available titles by clicking on ‘Add to Cart,’ which will direct you to our purchase page.
– We accept payment via PayPal and/or most major credit cards.
– After your purchase is complete, you will receive an e-mail confirmation containing a link you can click on to take you to your streaming purchase.
– You will be able to view your order anytime within the 30 days of your purchase by clicking on the link provided in your e-mail or by signing in to your Flicker Alley account and using the ‘My Films’ tab.
It is our hope that Flicker Alley streaming will provide a new venue to enjoy our publications for years to come.


George Méliès’ A TRIP TO THE MOON is now streaming on Hulu in both black & white and its original 1902 colors.
One of the most technically-sophisticated and expensive restorations in film history, the fully-restored color version features an original soundtrack by the French band AIR ( Meanwhile, the black and white version of A TRIP TO THE MOON with music and voice characterizations recreates the creative way that enterprising American nickelodeon operators presented Méliès’ film when it came to the United States in 1903 ( Restored by Lobster Films, Groupama Gan Foundation for Cinema and Technicolor Foundation for Cinema Heritage.
Hulu users can also explore the film’s history with THE EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGE, a fascinating documentary that chronicles the journey of A Trip to the Moon from the Méliès’ production in 1902 to the astonishing rediscovery of a nitrate print in color in 1993, to the premiere of the restoration on the opening night of the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 ( Presented by Lobster Films. Directed by Serge Bromberg and Eric Lange.


Fandor is making it easy to find and watch a broad selection of Flicker Alley titles, including Henri-Georges Clouzot’s INFERNO, Abel Gance’s J’ACCUSE, and shorts from George Méliès and Charlie Chaplin ( With this subscription-based movie service, users can stream their favorite Flicker Alley movies on the latest platforms and devices, including Roku, iPhone/iPad, Android, Sony, and Kindle.
About Hulu: Hulu is an online TV service whose mission is to help people find and enjoy the world’s premium content when, where and how they want it. As they pursue this mission, they aspire to create a service that users, advertisers and content owners unabashedly love. (
About Fandor: Fandor is the on demand film source for people who love movies, offering abroad and carefully curated library of independent and international movies,easily accessed through search and discovery tools. Fandor’s subscription based service allows audiences to watch unlimited movies wherever they are, on mobile devices, computers and TVs. Fandor was launched in 2011 with the goal of showcasing and supporting the world’s best filmmakers, and returns half its revenue to them. For more information, visit
About Flicker Alley: Flicker Alley, LLC was founded in 2002 by Jeff Masino. Each Flicker Alley project is the culmination of hundreds of hours of research, digital restoration, and music production. Flicker Alley has partnered with Turner Classic Movies on several historic cable broadcasts including three previously unavailable silent films produced by Howard Hughes, three rarely seen Rudolph Valentino films and new digital editions of J’Accuse and La Roue, by Abel Gance. The Flicker Alley brand has grown to enjoy national and international critical acclaim and is regularly featured in annual “Best Of” lists. The National Society of Film Critics has honored the company as a “Heritage Award” recipient in 2009, 2011, and 2012.
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