Among the feature film programming is Rob Epstein's Oscar-winning documentary The Times Of Harvey Milk, Dave McLaughlin's comedy On Broadway and Randall Sharp's period drama Henry May Long.
'iTunes is an amazing destination for content,' Cinetic Rights Management head of programming Matt Dentler said. 'Both film audiences and film-makers love having new and classic entertainment available at their fingertips. We're excited to help producers and distributors bring film and TV programming to such an important store.'
Also available are Richard Linklater's Slacker and Patrick Coyle's 2003 Sundance entry Detective Fiction. Upcoming iTunes releases include the Harry Potter fan documentary We Are Wizards, second world war drama Taking Sides and football documentary The Team from Man On Wire director James Marsh.