Saranne Bensusan‘s award-winning animation The Hunting of the Snark is now available on Distrify
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
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.
The Hunting of the Snark can be found in Germany to Stream and download from various sites including Amazon, where it is also on Prime! a list of the platforms available is below
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
Saranne Benusan‘s animated movie The Hunting of the Snark is available in the United Kingdom on the following platforms
The film is also available to order on DVD.
for viewers in Latin America we have made The Hunting of the Snark available on IndiehomeTV, as we know that some VOD platforms haven’t made their services available in these territories yet. Viewers elsewhere can also use this option, provided you are not in North America.
click here to watch on indiehome
click below to choose your format
For those of you that don’t have Amazon Prime and have been wondering how you can watch The Hunting of the Snark on TV over the festive period, fear not Vimeo on Demand is now available on the Amazon Fire TV. Read the article on Vimeo’s site for full details.
For those of you viewing on other formats, here is a full list of the platforms that Vimeo on demand is available on.
the film is also available on DVD
Wondering where you can watch the Hunting of the Snark? We try to make it as easy as possible visit watch.thehuntingofthesnark.co.uk to find a list of options and formats for your territory.
Saranne Bensusan‘s award-winning animation, based on Lewis Carroll’s final poem, is now available to stream on multiple platforms across the world, as well as to buy on DVD.