The Hunting of the Snark is now now available from the German distributor Kinofimmern through their VOD platform.
Saranne Bensusan‘s award-winning stop-motion animation The Hunting of the Snark is available via Amazon in North America on both VOD and DVD in both cases it is available with Prime as an option.
Saranne Bensusan‘s stop-motion animation, The Hunting of the Snark, has been selected for the Pipa film festival which takes place for the next four days in Praia de Sibaúma.
For those of you in Brazil unable to make the journey to the festival, the film is available on indiehome and vimeo
The Hunting of the Snark is available on indiehomeTV throughout the world, including South America (where some streaming services have a limited catalogue)
Saranne Bensusan‘s stop-motion animation The Hunting of the Snark has been been selected for the Annual CPH Film Festival In Denmark later this month
Vimeo has recently become available on the Amazon Fire in addition to it’s being available on the AppleTV and Chromecast, a complete list of viewing platforms for Vimeo are available here.
other viewing options
for all the options on how to watch The Hunting of the Snark, including DVD
two years ago we presented our Stop-motion animation The Hunting of the Snark, directed by Saranne Bensusan, at the Marché du Film and it was subsequently distributed on VOD and DVD,
This year we will be attending Berlinale with new feature projects, from the ninth to the thirteenth of February, feel free to contact us for more info.
Lewis Carroll’s final poem The Hunting of the Snark, directed by Saranne Bensusan, is now available as a stop-motion animation on Amazon Video in Japan
The Hunting of the Snark is available to watch on a whole variety of formats in the United Kingdom, including Amazon and Vimeo which can both be accessed via a games console, SmartTV, or Amazon Fire.
The Film can also be watched online at indiehomeTV
If you want to watch the film without having to login, the film can be watched on Distrify
but don’tforget that the film is still available to order on DVD from both Amazon.com and Kunaki