Category Archives: Distribution
I’m excited to announce that three of my short films are joining the insane (and incredible) line-up on Night Flight. The streaming platform incarnation of the classic late night cable show has launched a short film showcase and the initial … Continue reading
My short film Don’t Ever Change has joined the incredibly curated collection of films on Gunpowder & Sky’s genre imprint Alter. The film had a successful run at genre and mainstream festivals, became a Vimeo Staff Pick, and was featured … Continue reading
Anna Margaret Hollyman’s short Sundance comedy Maude is now online as a Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere. Watch it below and read all about it at the Vimeo blog.
We’re happy to announce that Travis Mathews’ Discreet is coming to VOD in North America via Uncork’d Entertainment. For more information on the deal check out the write-up at ScreenDaily. Meanwhile the film continues its international festival run tonight at NewFest in … Continue reading
James Bryan’s shot-on-video-and-then-lost-for-over-25-years horror film Jungle Trap will be coming to VHS, DVD, and VOD on July 26th from Bleeding Skull Video and Mondo. The film will also be screening at several Alamo Drafthouse locations across the country. See the trailer … Continue reading
Brad Besser’s critically-acclaimed Sundance documentary Beaver Trilogy Part IV is now streaming on Netflix!
I’m excited to announce that Julio Quintana’s stunning film The Vessel will be coming to theaters this September (in two separate versions; one shot in English, the other in Spanish). The film stars Martin Sheen and was produced by Terrence Malick, I was honored to be … Continue reading
After a successful festival run that started at last year’s Sundance Film Festival, I’m happy to announce the Brad Besser’s Bill Hader-narrated documentary Beaver Trilogy Part IV is now available on VOD! Head over to Indiewire to see the film’s new trailer … Continue reading
Jennifer Harlow’s supernatural thriller The Sideways Light is now available on iTunes, Amazon, and wherever else people are renting movies these days. It stars Lindsay Burdge (The Midnight Swim, The Invitation) and Annalee Jefferies (Hellion, Monsters), was shot by Jay Keitel (Sun … Continue reading