“Go With Le Flo” Launches Day/Date in the US on Eurocinema On Demand

April 22, 2014 | By FRENCH CULTURE FILM

German/French language production Go With Le Flo, the charming romantic comedy made by the American husband and wife team Robyn Rosenkrantz and Michael Glover, recently had its world theatrical premiere in Los Angeles. In conjunction with its world premiere, Go With Le Flo debuted day and date in the United States on Eurocinema On Demand, the only video on demand channel dedicated to European cinema available to over 36 million TV homes in North America, as well as on its newly launched online platform available at eurocinema.com

Offered on-demand on cable, satellite and IPTV, including such major distributors such as Comcast, Charter, Cablevision, Verizon, Bresnan and Blue Ridge, Eurocinema On Demand is now available to millions of viewers across North America, online and on television.

With over 200 people coming together for this labor of love, “Go with Le Flo” was shot in Berlin with a cast and crew from 20 different countries, many from the legendary Bertolt Brecht Theater’s Berliner Ensemble.


Go with Le Flo
Directed by Michael Glover | Written by Michael Glover and Mea Machrowiak
Starring: Denis Aubert, Marina Senckel, Leslie Dubreuil, Roberta Bianchini, Luisa Wietzorek, Mathieu Charriére, and Tommaso Ragno
82 min, Romance-Comedy, German and French languages (with English subtitles)

Won Best Foreign Film at the Myrtle Beach Film Festival. Sold-out screenings at the Heartland Film Festival. Official selection of the Beijing Film Festival with four screenings as part of the fest’s Celebration of Berlin Cinema.


Eurocinema is an On Demand movie channel offering fans of global cinema access to feature and short movies otherwise unavailable to them and providing foreign filmmakers unprecedented visibility in front of North American viewers and the Hollywood creative community. Eurocinema is available on cable and satellite TV systems serving 36 million subscribers, with new systems being added monthly, and recently became available online at eurocinema.com

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