Delta, Tribeca Film Festival Announce Finalist for the 2009 Film Festival
Alexander Poe’s ‘The Eight Percent,’ Starring Ben McKenzie, selected by Delta customers
“The Eight Percent,” starring
“We’re proud to announce
Selected from thousands of entries, Poe’s film was among the five finalists chosen by festival organizers for viewing on certain Delta flights. Customers traveling on flights equipped with a personal seatback entertainment system could watch all five movies for free and cast their vote via the aircraft’s Wi-Fi connection or over the Internet.
“On behalf of the Tribeca Film Festival, we’d like to congratulate
Rounding out the five finalists were: Jack Daniel Stanley’s “Cold Calls”; Justin and Shel Rasch’s “Gerald’s Last Day”; Andrew Williamson’s “The Green Film”; and Ryan Coogler’s “Locks.”
Delta’s in-flight entertainment system, Delta on Demand, offers live television, HBO, first-run and popular classic movies, a broad range of music, and numerous video games. Some aircraft are also equipped with Wi-Fi to support laptops, smartphones and personal digital assistants (PDAs), Internet access, corporate virtual private networks (VPNs), corporate and personal e-mail accounts, SMS texting and instant messaging.
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