City of Trees on Netflix, iTunes and Amazon

We are thrilled to announce CITY OF TREES will launch on Netflix streaming on May 15 to more than 50 million subscribers! The film is also now available to rent or purchase on iTunesGoogle PlayAmazon, and Vudu!

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It has been an extraordinary journey over the past seven years to get to this point. After more than two dozen festivals, public broadcast on PBS/WORLD's America ReFramed, dozens of university, conference and nonprofit screenings, our goal has always been to make CITY OF TREES as accessible as possible. Special thanks to Mat Levy and his team at Passion River Films for their incredible work navigating the complicated Video-on-Demand distribution landscape to make the film available to millions of viewers on these popular streaming services.

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