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Allow us to help you distribute your work

Distribute with From the 3rd Story Productions ltd.

Allow us to help you distribute your work, whether it’s a short or a feature, we will work to find a platform for it and will not charge you any fees to do so, just a commission on any income generated by the film (if you don’t earn, we don’t earn.) Our distribution network is growing as our titles reach more and more platforms, meaning more and more viewers and more income.



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FJor more information on  From the 3rd Story Productions  Distribution, see their current catalogue here, or contact our on our Contact page

Horror shorts for distribution

We want your Horror shorts

With lockdown set to be extended in the UK, and many other parts of the world, there is a captive audience out there needing content. We are preparing to launch our the follow-up to Chunks of Horror, our first short horror collection. If you have a short horror on a hard-drive gathering dust, and would like to get it earning for you, contact us either by email or via our contact us page, with a screener link.


The Anthropocene Chronicles

Now available to read on Kindle Unlimited

Today we took the decision to move our ebooks on to Kindle Unlimited, which will allow many of you to read them free of charge, unfortunately to do ths we had to remove them from sale in alternate formats, a move that is acceptable as Amazon had one of the lowest retail prices for the e-book and provide free kindle readers for most devices including iOS, Android and PC.

The Anthropocene Chronicles Book trailer from From the 3rd Story Productions.Thank you

A Just a few more Chunks to go

A while back we started a call for your shorts with a plan to market them, and earn you some money. the most susscessful so far has been Chunks of Horror and we are only a couple of titles titles shy of putting out a second collecton of Horror shorts, so we are asking you to send us your short horror films, just a link to screener for now.

We’d hope to release these to capitalise on the exiting audience of Chunks of Horror



Chunks of Horror

Chunks of Horror withdrawn from Amazon Japan due to censorship issues

We have spent much of the past month working on releasing Chunks of Horror on Amazon Prime in Japan, only to be hit with a series of problems day in day out. most of these problems related to  the artwork, and we have been prepared to created new artwork for specific titles where there have been unhappy about its graphic content until now. They have now decided that an episode violates their “Region-Specific Restrictions.” We cut cut this episode and deny horror fans in Japan what those in the rest of the world get to watch.

We at From the 3rd Story Productions are not prepared to start censoring a creator’s vision to get a title onto this platform. if you wish to see Chunks of Horror you can do so on on Vimeo (using one of the many compatible devices listed here) or on one of the other platforms which have made the title available.

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Producing for Netflix

We speak to many people about getting their films distributed and we often hear the same question: “Will it be on Netflix?” and although we have avenues to get a film to Netflix, there are various issues that you should take into consideration before you even start shooting if you want your film to try and sell your film to Netflix. I will highlight a few of them:
  • Your camera must have a true 4K UHD sensor (≥ 3840 photosites wide) as  Netflix currently stream content in 4k! A full list can be found here. For fiction 90% needs to be shot on approved cameras and 80% for non-fiction.
  • There’s good news on the sound front, though, they have a series of recommended practices, not guidelines, they are generally common sense. though if you are lisensing existing content they do specify that 5.1 needs to be mixed to 2.0 in that document.
  • Artwork will need to be provided “clean” as so many exhibtors request it, without laurels or credit blocks. We, as independent filmmakers, are all proud of our festival achievements, but distributors are trying to sell your film and may want to use that space to promote their screening your film, but for the fact that you’ve covered the entire poster in laurels.
  • subtitles are to be delivered and must encompass any word that is spoken in a language that differs from the subtitle file
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