Woody Allen’s most famous film, “The Artist,” is now streaming in the U.S. and Canada, marking the final year of his film career.

The streaming rights to “The Art of Art” are owned by Universal, a division of Disney.

But, as is typical for most film rights, the deal expired in 2017.

So Allen’s “The Last Picture Show” was given the rights to Universal, and the movie will now be released in the United States and Canada.

The streaming rights were announced Tuesday on the Universal website.

Allen has become one of the most beloved film makers of our time, and his career has inspired countless cult films, including “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” and “Watership Down.”

His films have sold more than 100 million DVDs, making him the highest-grossing filmmaker of all time.

His films have also been the subject of a number of protests and lawsuits, including a lawsuit by the late filmmaker John Waters, who claimed that Allen had sexualized him and abused his relationship with a 16-year-old girl.

The film is a must-see for many who have never seen it, and its release will mark the last movie Allen made in the Hollywood system.

The movie is currently streaming in Australia, China, India, Mexico, Norway, Russia, South Korea, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.