As the Dispute Came to an Understanding, ‘Time to Hunt’ Will Soon Be Released on Netflix

Film Time to Hunt will be released on Netflix.

Credit: Little Big Pictures, Netflix

On April 16, Little Big Pictures, the distribution company, and Contents Panda, company in charge of overseas sales, announced that they reached an agreement and that Time to Hunt will be released on Netflix.

Time to Hunt, which was originally scheduled to set a premiere date on February, postponed all events due to recent coronavirus pandemic. However, Little Big Pictures decided to release the film through Netflix, but the release was put on hold as Contents Panda, which protested the unilateral cancellation notice, applied for a ban an overseas screening of the film on the 8th and the court accepted it.

Eight days later, the two companies officially announced that they have reached an agreement.

Contents Panda said “After doing our best to renegotiate with overseas buyers, we decided to withdraw the ban and reached an agreement with Little Big Pictures so that releasing ‘Time to Hunt’ on Netflix won’t be a problem.“

Little Big Pictures said, “We ignored the contribution of Contents Panda, which contributed greatly in the overseas sales of the film for more than a year and noticed them with an unilateral termination notice, and as a result, we received a court ruling that bans overseas screening,” and added, “We respect the court’s ruling and sincerely apologize to Contents Panda.”

Now that the trouble between the two companies reached an agreement, attention is being paid to when Time to Hunt will be released on Netflix.

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