Distribution Archive

Gumroad Now Lets You Rent Movies Directly from Content Creators

Gumroad, the indie sales platform for digital product sales, now supports video rentals. The

Here’s Why Female-Driven Films Are Important Right Now

Korycinski, an award-winning filmmaker, is currently in pre-production on “The Haircut,” a short film

Vimeo Uploads With Copyright Material Will Now Be Flagged Automatically, Even If It’s Licensed

You may already be familiar with YouTube’s copyright protection software, which scans all uploads to

Godard Excuses Himself from Cannes with “Letter in Motion” to Gilles Jacob and Thierry Fremaux

More than half a century since Breathless, Godard still enjoys his fair share of devotees despite a descent

10 Unconventional Steps to Get Your Indie Film Out in the World

Where do you go after winning the Palme d’Or at Cannes for your first

Attention, Filmmakers: There’s a New Indie Film Fund That Wants to See Your Project

A new film funding initiative launched today, promising to invest $12 million. However, as


Written by J. Holtham You have a great idea for a movie. You buckle

Attention Filmmakers: The Kickstarter Film Festival is Accepting Submissions

The Kickstarter Film Festival has begun accepting submission for its annual celebration-slash-showcase of successfully

Are You a Filmmaker Who Wants to Change the World? Here’s How to Win $10K and a Screening at Sundance 2015

The Internet is coming together to help aspiring filmmakers around the world — particularly

WMM Film Geeks #45: Interview with David Salzberg and Christian Tureaud

Garrett, Chad & Michelle are at it again with their latest installment of Film

The Impact Roundtable: Moviemakers On Social Action Films that Matter

Many of the subjects featured in the discussion were members of the online documentarian


Earlier today, Circus Road Films announced their 1st Annual Circus Road Screenplay Contest with

5 Earth Day Films That Will Change How You Treat Our Planet

In an era of incessant dispute concerning the Earth’s environment, one thing remains indisputable

10 Female Movie Directors Who Pioneered the Way for Women in Directing

Kathryn Bigelow became the first woman to win an Academy Award as Best Director

Storytelling in an ‘A.D.D. Culture’: How to Capture Your Audience’s Divided Attention

What is at the core of filmmaking? It’s the same thing that made us

Why Indie Film Institutions Are Turning Their Attention to Web Series

Once upon a time, “film” literally referred to pieces of celluloid through which light

10 Story Techniques That Sell Screenplays

The key question that all screenwriters should ask themselves is: how do I write

Indie-Friendly Direct Distribution Platform VHX Now Open to Everyone

VHX has a pretty simple mission: to allow users the ability to sell their


Welcome to Going Bionic #202. Today we’re discussing Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, because it just

DCC042 – We Make Movies (feat. Sam Mestman)

Have you ever tried to get your movie made? You aren’t alone. Sam Mestman

Will ‘Veronica Mars’ VOD Release Kickstart New Trend in Hollywood?

The major studios may have shuttered their independent film banners, but studio digital divisions

Tribeca Film Festival Announces “Innovation Week”

e Tribeca Film Festival has made significant strides to transform their trend-buoyed cachet into

Attention, Filmmakers: Film Independent’s Fast Track Financing Market Now Open for Submissions

Director-producer teams are now invited to apply to Film Independent’s Fast Track, the three-day

Think Crowdfunding Is Just About the Money? Now It Can Be Your Ticket to Distribution

If you’re thinking about making your next film, you might be toying with the

Why Didn’t Shane Carruth Change the Distribution Paradigm for this Year’s Sundance Filmmakers?

ile many Sundance filmmakers last year this time were nervously awaiting distribution deals, one

Sundance: In a World Gone Digital, Indie Filmmakers Reach for 16 mm

“Happy Christmas,” “Listen Up Philip” and “Low Down” are part of an indie trend