Monday, October 13, 2014

LAYOVER: NOW AVAILABLE




Seventeen months ago I set out to make a feature film for $6000. A year later, in May of 2014, we had our World Premiere in competition at the Seattle International Film Festival and we were nominated for the prestigious FIPRESCI New American Cinema Award. And today, we are releasing LAYOVER via our own direct distribution platform on LayoverFilm.com.

There, you can rent or download a copy of the film, DRM-free, with various content bundles.


We decided to go with our own distribution because ultimately it was the best deal for us. All the proceeds from the film go to the filmmakers. The investor, the actors, the producers, the crew and myself. Thus, you are directly contributing towards our ability to continue to make films. So help support indie film and get your copy of LAYOVER today.

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