I just finished reading two Indiewire articles that address topics I’m sure we are all pondering:
In the first, Indiewire talks to doc director Morgan Spurlock about his new projects and VOD v. theatrical
With news of our films on Roku recently released, a lot of people were asking us via twitter, facebook and email which titles are available on the device. Well, as of now there are 150 (500 by mid summer 2011), and here they are!
A Summer In the Cage
Agile Mobile Hostile
Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer
Alicia in Africa: Journey to the Motherland
Films now available for free on demand
Washington, DC – April 20, 2011 – SnagFilms’ award winning documentary feature films are now available on Boxee’s Internet TV platform, creating a simple new way for fans to watch high quality documentaries for free on their TVs. SnagFilms library of award winning films is available on any Boxee platform including its free downloadable software for Windows/Mac/Linux and on Boxee-enabled devices like the Boxee Box by D-Link.
“Our partnership with Boxee means fans can now enjoy top shelf documentaries on demand from any TV connected to a Boxee-enabled device,” said Rick Allen CEO of SnagFilms. “Boxee’s unique, easy to use platform fits SnagFilms’ mission to use digital media to share inspiring films with the widest possible audience.”
Since its launch in July 2008, SnagFilms has distinguished itself as the premier destination for documentary films online. SnagFilms has streamed more than 325