FANDOR LAYS OFF MOST STAFF, COMPANY SELLS ASSETS OF INDIE-FILM STREAMING SERVICE (EXCLUSIVE)

Fandor, the independent-film streaming service, has laid off nearly all of its employees and sold off its assets, Variety has learned. Reached for comment, Fandor CEO/chairman Chris Kelly sent a statement in which he said Fandor has a deal in place that will let a “new entity” continue to operate the service. He declined to […]

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