Your films are being
Distrify turns film sharing into sales
and your fans into a community.
- Regain control
- Keep all rights
- Watch profits soar
- No setup costs
Distrify delivers rare and remarkable hands-on passionate insight into how movies are watched and by whom. The access to Distrify's accumulated data detailing how your film is being engaged with is astonishing.Terry McMahon, Director / Producer, Charlie Casanova
Social media integration
Distrify makes extensive use of social media to promote films. Share with your contacts, fans and watch your audience grow.
Listen to and engage with your audience. Observe trends or drill-down into granular data to learn about your fans and give them what they want.
Sell on the spot
Customers can now buy your movie wherever they find it. Everywhere your trailer is embedded, your "buy" button is always there, ensuring maximum sales conversions.
Set pricing in local currencies, sell your film in multiple languages, or block territories where you have other deals in place. See where your fans live and how they want to watch your film.
Built from the ground up with modern browsers and devices in mind, Distrify gives fans the same experience from PCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones to connected-TVs.
Distrify supports industry-standard secure content-delivery that results in unrivalled security and customer confidence. Better and more direct audience relationships mean more honest customers.
Films were made for the cinema, and Distrify helps you promote live cinema listings, including major theatrical releases, film festivals, screening tours, and on-demand cinema. From Ultra-VOD to Day-and-Date, to traditional release windows, Distrify is the complete marketing solution.
Distrify makes online streaming and downloads simple, and gives you the tools to sell DVDs and merchandise, including automatic on-demand DVD fulfillment with no upfront costs. With our built-in e-ticket system, you can even sell tickets for events that you or fans organise.
Terrific initial speed would best describe my first experience with Distrify – we found out about and decided to use Distrify, built our Tumblr site, launched on Twitter and uploaded the film in a matter of a few days to coincide with Andrew Scott's performance in the final Reichenbach Fall episode of Sherlock on Jan 14th. It was brilliant to think our film was being downloaded all over the world in no time at allAndrew Porter, Sea Wall
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From the Distrify Blog:
- Tue 22 Apr 2014 Its simple really -just make something for which there is a market. Our chairman David Wilkinson with some great honest tips for your indie filmmakers Three years ago in Cannes I met a really charming young f...
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- Thu 17 Apr 2014 Introduction to online film marketing techniques Next week Distrify COO Andy Green, and head of marketing Kobi Shely, will be in Istanbul for the EWA online training course, excited to meet ...