Film Distribution

The shine can fade from the triumph of creating a cinematic gem if nobody ever gets to see it. That’s where size matters, and we have a vast distribution network that will ensure your masterpiece gets the audience, and reviews, it deserves.

The key to our marketing success is diversity. The rapid development of easy-to-master technologies in the field of cinematography has led to a literal explosion of independent film making. This volume has in turn led to the birth and expansion of the non-theatrical distribution market, away from the ways audiences have traditionally enjoyed films and television. We’re talking about cable video on demand, DVDs, and a myriad of digital platforms. It’s not just about screen time anymore.

We work with a network of distributors and outsource to some of the most reputable establishments in the business. We can help your independent feature get the exposure and screen time required for Oscar eligibility, which means screenings in both New York and Los Angeles. Our publicists will also ensure that your feature catches the attention of respected critics and receives coverage in the local press.

Along with big-screen venues, we can help you access the mobile world of digital entertainment. Planes, trains, cruise ships, and buses are all filled with a willing and captive audience. We can help you get your art onto their screen, no matter how small it may be or how quickly it’s moving. Educational facilities, museums and libraries are all important players, particularly if you have created a documentary or special-interest short feature. We can get your film into their hands, while guiding you through the intricacies of licensing, copyright and royalties.

The opportunities for viewing your work have never been greater or more diverse. There are literally dozens of digital platforms like Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, iTunes and Amazon, along with multiple cable VOD channels to expose your film to audiences around the world. Then, of course, there’s the highly competitive battle for a shrinking number of traditional theater screens.

You’re going to need a multi-faceted distribution strategy, and we’re here not only to provide it, but to implement it across the global theater.

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