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Wuaki.tv has added hundreds of modern and classic British films to its on-demand catalogue.

The streaming service has chosen the best examples of British cinema. The films have British casts and directors, and were mainly filmed and produced in Britain.

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It includes offerings from directors including Danny Boyle, Guy Ritchie, Tom Hooper, Edgar Wright, Ken Loach, Mike Leigh, and Noel Clarke.

The films are split into two categories: Modern and Classic. Classics include 'A Hard Day's Night', 'My Name is Joe', 'The Ipcress File' and 'Lawrence of Arabia'. Modern fare includes 'The King's Speech', 'Conversations With Other Women', and 'Age of Heroes'.

"We know movie fans are always interested in seeing the latest releases, but there's a whole lot more than just Hollywood blockbusters that they enjoy watching – and we've now got the best of British on Wuaki.tv," Simon Homent, UK content director at Wuaki.tv, said in a statement.

"We have hundreds of new titles being added, everything from The Beatles having 'A Hard Day's Night', to paranormal goings on in the West Country in 'The Borderlands'."

Wuaki.tv is available on Windows 8.1 devices, Google Chromecast, Xbox games consoles, as well as smart TVs from LG, Panasonic, and Samsung. It recently added 'Game of Thrones' to its burgeoning roster of TV shows.

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