ELENA is available online both to rent or to buy

By ELENA the film – 9/9/2014
10672350_720273251353077_8311649494429052977_nOn this Tuesday, September 9, ELENA – a film by Petra Costa – will be made available in the main online platforms and websites. It can be purchased on iTunes (only in the USA and Canada stores), on Vimeo (streaming and purchase as well), VHX and on Xbox Video (only as a rental copy).

Here are some links of websites where you can find ELENA:

iTunes Estados Unidos https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/elena-2012/id879170769?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

iTunes Canadá https://itunes.apple.com/ca/movie/elena-2012/id879170769?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

DVD – Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Elena-Andrade/dp/B00NB9ILGM/

Vimeo  https://vimeo.com/ondemand/elena

VHX http://elena.vhx.tv/

Xbox Video http://video.xbox.com/movie/elena/d07bf7f0-e081-4807-b9da-7923361cb500

Vudu http://www.vudu.com/movies/#!content/557123/Elena

Google Play https://play.google.com/store/movies/details/Elena?id=1Mh84D5nv1o&hl=en

Due to our commerical agreements with theses companies, ELENA will be available only for users in Canada, the United States, New Zealand and Australia.

ELENA’s DVD, which will also start selling today, can be found on Amazon. Coming with two discs, it will show both the film and 13 short clips covering around 120 minutes of extra footage showing Elena Andrade’s artistic past, her relationship with her friends and family and the making off process of ELENA.

In Brazil, the DVD was launched by Instituto Moreira Salles (IMS) in June 2014. It comes with a bonus copy of Petra’s other short film, Undertow Eyes (2009). The short is a poetic depiction of love and of the coming of age told by Petra’s grandparents. The film has been shown in many festivals around the world and it received important prizes in nine of them – including Best Short Film Picture at Rio’s International Film Festival and London’s International Documentary Festival (LIDF). It also won Best Short Documentary at the International Cine Las Americas Festival (USA), and a prize at the Gramado Festival (Brazil).

Elena premiered in Brazil in may 2013. With almost 60 thousand viewers, it quickly became the most watched documentary film in the country on that year. In the USA, the film opened a year later at the IFC Center, in New York City, and it has also been shown in places such as Los Angeles, Ohio, Seattle  and Miami. In Canada it has been screened in both Vancouver, Toronto and Edmonton.




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