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.
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.
James English’s Documentary on Homlessness, Homeless at Christmas, is now available on Prime in Japan. The documentary shot in Glasgow can be watched by Amazon Prime subscribers can watch it at no cost as part of their subscription, otherwise it is available to buy or rent if you do not subscribe.
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.
James English’s Documentary on Homelessness, Homeless at Christmas, is now available on Prime in Germany. The documentary shot in Glasgow can be watched by Amazon Prime subscribers can watch it at no cost as part of their subscription, otherwise it is available to buy or rent if you do not subscribe.
The Hunting of the Snark is available on DVD in a PAL format from Amazon (this is the European format and may not play on an American system (please check your settings)
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: