Amazon Will Release 30 Films A Year Starting in 2020
Business Insider reports that Amazon is planning to release 30 films per year starting in 2020.
The news was confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter by Amazon Studios chief Jennifer Salke.
The film push will include a mix of projects including niche, arthouse, and commercial.
Amazon was a particularly active acquirer at Sundance this year, spending $47 million, a record for a single company at the festival.
Amazon's film strategy includes shortening theatrical windows or bypassing theaters altogether.