RELEASED JUST NOW… Watch Terry Gilliam’s new movie ONLY online… via Distrifyhttp://www.facebook.com/plugins/like.php?href=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.chrisjonesblog.com%2F2012%2F01%2Freleased-just-now-watch-terry-gilliams-new-movie-only-online%25e2%2580%25a6-via-distrify.html&layout=button_count&show_faces=false&width=75&action=like&colorscheme=light&height=27http://platform.twitter.com/widgets/tweet_button.1326407570.html#_=1328011501245&_version=2&count=horizontal&enableNewSizing=false&id=twitter-widget-0&lang=en&original_referer=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.chrisjonesblog.com%2F2012%2F01%2Freleased-just-now-watch-terry-gilliams-new-movie-only-online%E2%80%A6-via-distrify.html%23close%3D1&size=m&text=RELEASED%20JUST%20NOW%E2%80%A6%20Watch%20Terry%20Gilliam%E2%80%99s%20new%20movie%20ONLY%20online%E2%80%A6%20via%20Distrify&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.chrisjonesblog.com%2F2012%2F01%2Freleased-just-now-watch-terry-gilliams-new-movie-only-online%25e2%2580%25a6-via-distrify.html
Today is a big day for online distribution pioneers Distrify – film legend Terry Gilliam has made a short and he is releasing on their platform. By now, it should be live and selling.
You can rent and watch it right her, right now…
That’s one of the GREAT things about Distrify. You can put the player (aka YOUR shop window) anywhere on the web – blog, homepage, Facebook, fansite. It’s not just your site, but through affiliate marketing, you can attract people who have websites with large audiences. There is a reason why this film is on the Guardian website – they get an automatic cut of every penny generated via the affiliate marketing deal on offer.
Excerpt: “….Kickstarter-funded Sundance movies included the well-received documentaries “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” and “Me @ the Zoo.” Dramatic films included “Black Rock” as well as “My Best Day,” and “Mosquita y Mari.” More experimental efforts like “Abacus” and “Room 237″ (profiled here) were also Kickstarter projects.
Many of the so-called Kickstarter films were pretty far out there and were no threat for a theatrical release, but “Indie Game: The Movie,” a film about game developers, was optioned by producer Scott Rudin and HBO for development as a series…”