I AM DIVINE And DISCOPATH Among FilmBuff's April VOD Lineup!

Associate Editor, News; Toronto, Canada (@Mack_SAnarchy)
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Filmbuff always has an exciting and eclectic lineup of films released on VOD each month. And they have such a diverse lineup of documentaries and narratives to choose from each month. This month kicked off with Jeffrey Schwarz's documentary I Am Divine, and the docs Ages and Stages: The Story of the Meligrove Band and Let Timmy Smoke. And Canadian horror Discopath by Renaud Gauthier will cap off the month on the 29th. There are many interesting titles in the weeks to come. 

Unless otherwise noted, the films above are available on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Movies on Demand and everywhere else you get the best films on demand.

Visit Filmbuff.com to learn more about this month's releases. 

“Ages and Stages: The Story of the Meligrove Band” takes a raw and inside look at the lives and frustrations of one of Canada’s most overlooked and hard-working indie rock bands. Chronicling The Meligrove Band from their teenage beginnings to the release of their 2010 LP “Shimmering Lights,” the film reveals the dedication of the band’s three core members, who have weathered bad luck, legal troubles, near-misses and more on their quest to break through. Features live footage, behind-the-scenes confessions and antics, and interviews with members of Tokyo Police Club, The Hidden Cameras, Sebastien Grainger (Death From Above 1979), By Divine Right, Teenage Kicks, Young Rival, and others.

Released April 1st

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