A long-awaited moment has finally come… 95ers is officially going into U.S. and Canadian distribution… And should be available to most of the rest of the world by the end of the year.
The “domestic distribution deal” was signed on August 15, 2013, 1700hrs, some 14 years after James and I first began pondering chronotons.
I need to applaud Japan one more time for the being the first to acquire 95ers. (I’m sure their future will be free from timespace paradoxes level 5 or above.) But for a domestically produced indie, the deal Alesandra and I just authorized is the “big one.”
We have a reputable and energized distributor with connections to all the big outlets. I don’t know exactly what formats (TV, Cable, PPV, DVD, Blu-ray, etc. etc), nor what stores, channels, sites it will be coming out in, nor when, but I do know that it will be VERY AVAILABLE. It will definitely be out on DVD sometime soon. I will keep you apprised of the release date.
THANK YOU to the cast, crew, and supporters of 95ers.
The question I always get is: “How do you get it out there?” Meaning, how do people put a movie together in their basement and get it out to the mass market? The answer is: It’s a very long story… which I will be detailing soon.
For my next project, which is freaking cool and is currently in the works, the story will be different. The journey will be faster, smarter, and crackling with more energy between the most important people in the whole process—the audience.
In fact, we are right now gathering investors, patrons, and collaborators. If you fit into any of these categories, contact me.
OTHER IMPORTANT NEWS:
I’ll be on SEVEN PANELS at SLC Comic Con! They’ve sold 20,000 tickets so far!!! Detailed schedule coming soon…
Lynda.com was recently at my house doing a behind-the-scenes documentary on the movie and the process. It’s a huge privilege and honor and testament to the all the dedicated creatives that worked on the movie. Should come out in November…
I’m experimenting with a more direct way to connect with fans with a Facebook fan page. Please like it and we’ll see if it goes anywhere…
The burgeoning United Film Institute did a fun audio piece on 95ers meant for aspiring filmmakers.