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New on IndieFlix: Full Disclosure, Coffee & Pie, Tape Recorder and more shorts

by on Apr.30, 2014, under Projects

My short films are the latest thing on the coolest film subscription service around.

My short films are the latest thing on the coolest film subscription service around.

If you’ve been reading my posts, you know that I’ve been making a big push to launch my films onto the Internet using Reelhouse and IndieFlix. The big news is that several of my favorite short films have now launched on IndieFlix. What I love about IndieFlix as a subscriber is that I can always find cool, interesting, well made films to watch. For me the difference between IndieFlix’s curated listings and just about every other video service around is like the difference between going to a great film festival or channel surfing basic cable at 3:25 in the morning. (Sure there is good content around, but try to find it!)

As a filmmaker, I like having my films viewed by an audience who appreciates films like this and want to have constant access to awesome independent films and series. IndieFlix subscribers can view any of the films right here. If you’re not a subscriber, I have a special offer for a free trial coupon code below.

Full Disclosure is my film starring Judy Greer and Brent Sexton that won gajillions of festival awards several years ago. It’s been available on iTunes (in fact it was a #1 film there for a while) but nowhere else online. Coffee & Pie is a Sophia Takal and Amy Seimetz-starrer that also played a ton of festivals in a really long festival run over the past 2-3 years. It was (and is) available over an app distribution called Worldwide Mobile Movie Theater, but is now also on IndieFlix and Reelhouse. Tape Recorder is my newest short film and IndieFlix is it’s first release, although it has also been selected for film festivals, which I can announce very soon. That’s right, the film is available online BEFORE it premieres at a film festival. And everyone is cool with that. I’ll be talking about this more in my update to the Open Source Short Film Business Model article that is coming very soon.

Please check out the films. New films always look so lonely when they’re first launched on a service, so please stop by and give them a little love in the form of comments and Likes if you enjoy them.

If you’re not an IndieFlix subscriber, I have a couple of special coupon codes for special offers. You can get an extended trial of the service here with the code HORN5 or an amazing $25 a year for life limited time offer with the code HORN25 which makes the service cost about $2 a month for amazing content.

(If you’re not into IndieFlix, you can also purchase any of these film on Reelhouse from my Short Films page.)


3 Comments for this entry

  • Tom Boyle

    Hi Douglas,

    This portion:

    “If you’re not an IndieFlix subscriber, I have a couple of special coupon codes for special offers. You can get an extended trial of the service here with the code HORN5 or an amazing $25 a month for life limited time offer with the code HORN25 which makes the service cost about $2 a month for amazing content.”

    I imagine you meant $25 a YEAR for life versus “$25 a month for life…”

    Thanks,

    Tom

  • Douglas

    Yep. Thanks for catching that, Tom.

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