Women’s Independent Cinema is here. You see when, “the Film Festivals leave town, WICinema delivers ‘Indie’ films monthly… right to your home” by sending you a DVD every month.
Check out their Mission Statement:
“Our mission is to entertain, empower, educate and bring financial opportunities to women all over the world — and we do this through the magic of movies.”
Here’s what you get for 21 bones (before shipping and taxes) every other month:
“Spokesperson, Actor and Founder” Jennifer Siebel herself will greet you on your DuMont like this:
And then you get four films – check out Volume #1 here. The DVD includes a lengthy feature: 3 Needles; two documentaries: Amuse Bouche: A Chef’s Tale, and A Portrait of The Artist as an Old(er) Woman; and a dialogue-free short: Tackle Box.
By the way, they’re hiring. And they have a blog. And they’re having an annual Independent Filmmaker Award, so don’t miss that, moviemakers. And there’s links to tons of other stuff, including THE TROUBLE WITH ROMANCE movie trailer – A Gene Rhee Film.
If you sign up today, they’ll ship out your first DVD PDQ ASAP, AFAIK.
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