Digital Media Rights to Premiere “The Land of Hope” Exclusively on Hulu and Hulu Plus in Commemoration of the Japan Tsunami Anniversary

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“The Land of Hope,” From Noted Japanese Director Sion Sono, Is The First Fictional Film About The Japanese Tsunami Disaster

Remember the 3/11 Tsunami Disaster in Japan

The Land of Hope - directed by Sion Sono

We are thrilled to launch our Asian Crush (Asian films, TV and Music Programs) genre offering on Hulu with this important film

Digital Media Rights (DMR), a leading digital content aggregator and publisher of digital channels, announces the North American commercial premiere of "The Land of Hope" on the free, ad-supported Hulu and Hulu Plus subscription service.

“The Land of Hope,” the first fictional account of the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown, will bow on Hulu on March 11th, 2013, the two-year anniversary of the disaster. The film features the gripping and inspirational experiences of two families engulfed in the catastrophe’s devastating effects and aftermath. Leading up to the premiere, The Japan Society will offer a special theatrical screening of the film on March 10th, 6pm.

DMR co-founder Michael Hong said, “We encourage everyone to view the theatrical screening at the Japan Society on March 10th if they are in New York. For those who can't be in New York, we are thrilled to launch our Asian Crush (Asian films, TV and Music Programs) genre offering on Hulu with this important film. The film offers hope in the face of the worst catastrophe, something we can all benefit from.”

About Digital Media Rights
Digital Media Rights (DMR) is a leading aggregator of feature films, television and music programs, and sporting events. DMR oversees a catalog of over 7,500 titles from the leading studios and producers around the world. Our titles are distributed across broadband, mobile, cable/satellite/telco VOD, Smart TV, OTT set top boxes, DVD and Free and Pay TV. DMR is also a publisher and creator of popular digital channels, including Alpha (“Programs That You Want To Watch But Cable Doesn’t Carry”), Asian Crush (Asian Films and TV programs), Midnight Pulp (Horror and Cult Films), Latin Crush (Spanish Language Films), Indie Crush (Award-winning Independent Films), Xtreme Crush (Extreme Sports Programs), Audio Crush (Music Concerts and Documentaries), {un}scripted (Reality and Documentary Programs), Japanese Crush (Japanese Films and TV Programs), Korean Crush (Korean Films and TV Programs), and Chinese Crush (Chinese Films and TV Programs).

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