Streaming service, Fandor opens in Downtown Sacramento
Fandor eager to utilize Sacramento engineering talent
SACRAMENTO, CA (May 27, 2015) — The Downtown Sacramento Partnership welcomes the new tech company Fandor to the Downtown Business District. Fandor, a streaming film service which specializes in independent, classic, foreign and cult cinema, opened earlier this month at 660 J Street in downtown Sacramento.
“We are excited to have companies like Fandor look to downtown Sacramento as a place to do business,” said DSP Executive Director Michael Ault. “Their expansion into the downtown market represents continued momentum of the core, the diversification of our workforce, and a testament to the caliber of talent we have in the region.”
Fandor is a streaming service with the biggest handpicked collection of the most-talked-about indie films from around the world. The move to Sacramento marks a time of growth for the four year-old company.
“As Fandor expands to deliver fantastic film and the community that surrounds it to the world, we are thrilled to hire top caliber engineering talent in Sacramento,” stated Chris Kelly, CEO, Fandor.
Fandor makes it easy for you to find the right film to watch. With the biggest handpicked collection of the most-talked-about indie films from around the world, there’s always something great to watch, whatever your mood, on almost any device. But we’re more than just a destination for exceptional films. We’re also building a community of film lovers and makers and developing industry-leading initiatives, including Fandor | Festival Alliance, FIX Filmmaker Alliance and Fandor edu.
Fandor CEO Chris Kelly, former Facebook general counsel and chief privacy officer, is also co-owner of the Sacramento Kings.