All this week’s Netflix Originals (Available from 16th June 2017)

One of the great things about Netflix are their Netflix Originals – be it films or series made by Netflix themselves or exclusive content available only on Netflix after it airs on regular TV. Every week we will give you a round up of new Netflix Originals becoming available in the next week. We will aim to post every week on Wednesday evening with what will be available over the coming week starting the following Friday. Perfect if you’re looking to check out what new Originals are available to watch over your weekend or if you’re planning a week long Netflix binge watch! This area is exclusively for Netflix Originals, for general Netflix additions and removals or to view the current full catalogue check out your regional New On Netflix website.

So this is one of those weeks when Netflix decides to bless us with the release of only one lonesome Netflix Original *cries*. But despair not because, next week we will see at least four in the week so stick with us and we’ll keep you up to date every Wednesday evening for the forthcoming releases that weekend.

CounterPunch

‘CounterPunch’ is a 2017 Netflix Original Documentary film exploring the demise of respect in boxing and the increase in boxing as a lucrative business. The documentary follows three boxers all at different stages of their boxing careers and examines the journey they must take on to achieve success in the game.

Summary of Netflix Originals released 16th June 2017:

Friday 16th June 2017
“CounterPunch”
 Documentary (Film) [Available Globally]

Sneak preview of one of next weeks releases:

Brian Knappenberger’s film“Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press” is a 2017 Netflix Original Documentary hot off the Sundance Film Festival’s premiere screenings. The film takes a look at the freedom of the press versus privacy rights particularly looking at the famous trial of Gawker Media whereby famous wrestler Hulk Hogan sued them for their use of a sex tape and he silenced them with the help of billionaire Peter Thiel who later had connections to the Trump administration. Questions are raised regarding the media and how money can influence what they convey to the public. This will surely be a very interesting watch for those interested in or studying journalism and the media in general. The film looks at the dynamics of the media and how it has changed over time including any bias and will no doubt result in featuring as educational material. With that in mind, educational facilities will be happy to hear that Netflix have released a statement on where they stand regarding the use of Netflix Original Documentaries as a learning tool and public screenings in the classroom…

“GRANT OF PERMISSION FOR EDUCATIONAL SCREENINGS

Netflix is proud to present original documentaries that speak to our users in a meaningful way. We know that many of you are as excited about these films as we are; and because of their informational aspects, you’d like to show them in an educational setting — e.g., in the classroom, at the next meeting of your community group, with your book club, etc. Consequently, we will permit one-time educational screenings of any of the documentaries noted with this information, on the following terms:

  • The documentary may only be accessed via the Netflix service, by a Netflix account holder. We don’t sell DVDs, nor can we provide other ways for you to exhibit the film.
  • The screening must be non-profit and non-commercial. That means you can’t charge admission, or solicit donations, or accept advertising or commercial sponsorships in connection with the screening.
  • Please don’t use Netflix’s logos in any promotion for the screening, or do anything else that indicates that the screening is “official” or endorsed by Netflix.

We trust our users to respect these guidelines, which are intended to help you share and discuss our documentary content in your community.

To the extent your institution requires you to demonstrate that your have a license for your screening, please show them this page.”

 

Let us know in the comments what new Netflix Originals you’re looking forward and check out the blog next week on Wednesday evening ( 21st June 2017) for more new Netflix Originals.

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