By Anthony Kaufman | ReelPolitik January 31, 2007 at 9:18AM
Foreign-film aficionados should check out Jaman.com, a new website I wrote about in The Daily Reel today.
"With over 1,000 films, many available to rent free for a five-day period (during the test phase) or to purchase for $4.99 a pop, Jaman's catalogue is impressive for a start-up. Titles include everything from Shaw Brothers martial arts classics such as The Legend Of The Fox, The Sentimental Swordsman, and The Lady Hermit to recent celebrated Bollywood melodramas Black and Chokher Bali to film festival favorites Villa Paranoia (Denmark) and Garden of the Frontier (Slovenia). The site also houses a large collection of American films, from George Hickenlooper's "Some Folks Call It A Slingblade" (later remade into the celebrated feature) and recent indie docs such as Inside Iraq: The Untold Stories and Awful Normal."
Read more at the link.