Where can I rent or buy the Hunting of the Snark

New Projects for Berlinale

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,

Hunting of the Snark Cannes 2015

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. read more

Ver el Snark

The Snark is available to watch around the world on indiehomeTV

for viewers in Latin America we have made The Hunting of the Snark available on IndiehomeTV. this option is unfortunately only open to South America, otherwise you can choose one of the many other platforms to watch the film on. here read more

Where can I rent or buy the Hunting of the Snark

Rent of Buy the Hunting of the Snark in your locale with this easy guide

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. read more

Watch the Snark free on Prime

The Hunting of the Snark is now on Amazon Prime in the UK

Our multi-award winning stop-MOTION animation, The Hunting of the Snark, is now available to watch for free on Amazon for Prime Subscribers! 

The film finished post production in April 2015, and went to the Marché du Film at the Cannes Film Festival in May 2015, where it was well received. Since then, it has made the official selection of 10 international film festivals, including three comic cons, and has also been selected for Toronto Film Week in September 2016, which runs alongside the Toronto Film Festival. It has also picked up six awards during its time on the festival circuit.  read more

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