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THE ATTIC DOOR – NOW LIVE ON VUDU

Great news! It’s even easier to watch our film now that we are live on Vudu with apps on Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Roku, iPad, Android, and dozens of other internet connected DVD / Blu-ray players! Do you per chance have one or more of these devices? Then help us by checking it out and maybe even give us a watch and review

HOORAY!!

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HAVE YOU WATCHED OUR VIMEO STAFF FAVORITE VIDEO

Just a few days ago we helped break the news of our documentarian, Chris Walker, premiering his latest feature documentary FLEX IS KINGS at the Tribeca Film festival. Checkout his work with co-director Roman Safiullin on this celebrated behind the scenes series, BEHIND THE ATTIC DOOR. Please also share by posting the video on your Facebook and Twitter.

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OUR BEHIND THE SCENES DOCUMENTARIAN PREMIERES AT TRIBECA

We are so proud of our behind the scenes documentarian, Chris Walker. He recently finished producing and editing the feature documentary FLEX IS KINGS which has been selected to open the Viewpoints Section of the Tribeca Film Festival. The film has an Indiegogo Campaign and is trying to reach a $20,000 goal to finish the movie. You can help them by clicking here.

Now in its third year, Tribeca’s Viewpoints section is a panorama of the freshest voices in independent film and contemporary documentary from around the world, this year presenting 14 narrative features and 8 documentaries. Featuring an exciting range of stories, the films of this year’s Viewpoints section demonstrate a particular interest in telling stories from distinctly male and female perspectives. This year, the documentary Flex is Kings, directed by Deidre Schoo and Michael Nichols, will have the honor of opening the 2013 Viewpoints section.

Flex is Kings
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