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November 9, 2006 at 7:22 AM #41158WysiwygFilmsParticipant
Wysiwyg Films continues to expand its digital distribution network with the introduction of a global internet delivery system. We distribute films from all over the world, through the major download services and through our own dedicated portal – the Wysiwyg Channel – launching in early 2007. We are also physically expanding the Wysiwyg team and have recently opened offices off 5th Avenue, New York.
We distribute through every digital medium currently available, delivering your movie to the widest possible global audience so that it can be viewed in all countries and in all manner of formats:-
> DVD/ Blu Ray/ HD-DVD
> Overseas sales
> Download services
> Portable devices (mobile phones, iPods, PSPs)
> Wysiwyg Channel
We distribute through the major world download services including LOVEFiLM, Europe’s leading online home entertainment company and GUBA, the outstanding US download service delivering to a worldwide market. Every time anyone watches your movie, you get money.
Wysiwyg Channel – This online portal will launch in early 2007. It will deliver features, documentaries and short films, using a unique set-up, design and service, combined with an advanced, custom-built search engine more powerful than anything currently available.
Wysiwyg’s newest releases include:
Soul Searcher – sci-fi, action-adventure already building a cult following
The Plague – received fantastic reviews after its cinema release
The Ultimate Truth – will play on 200 digital screens across Spain this month
Screen Door Jesus – established US crowd-pleaser and winner of multiple awards
Deadpan Valentine – festival favourite received awards for Best Film and Best Screenplay
Splinter – starring Paul Barber (The Full Monty, The 51st State, Only Fools and Horses)
The Virgin Trade – adventurous documentary exploring the complexity of Western sex tourism in Asia
Wysiwyg accepts movies of all genres and lengths (features, shorts and documentaries), as long as it has a distinct narrative and high production values.
Still have questions? Please visit our website at http://www.wysiwygfilms.com
Please send your completed films to:
PO Box 1100
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