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Dogwoof strikes content deal with Netflix UK

UK documentary distributor’s catalogue now available on the streaming service.

Dogwoof, the UK’s leading documentary distributor, has announced its partnership with streaming service Netflix, which launched in the UK on Jan 9.

The deal was brokered between Dogwoof founder Andy Whittaker and Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, with many of Dogwoof’s titles live on launch day. Bobby Fischer Against The World and Page One: Inside The New York Times are among the recent titles included, while catalogue hits such as Burma VJ and The Age Of Stupid are also available as part of the partnership.

Whittaker commented: “Dogwoof and Netflix is a great fit. Two companies looking to the future and changing the game for film and audiences. It’s great to see Netflix come to the UK and shake up the landscape for the better and we are delighted to be a launch partner, and have backed this up by offering our best films on Netflix.”

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