What You'll Get
- $65 for one year of unlimited streaming, plus eight Film Festival in a Box games from IndieFlix
- Online access to more than 2,000 streaming independent movies for one year ($99)
- Voluminous collection spans all genres and motifs from action and adventure to foreign and special interest,features, shorts, and documentaries
- Look for Beer Wars and The Trident among the multiple highlights and hidden gems scattered across the site *Beer Wars explores the growing world of American microbreweries; The Trident is a short featuring one of David Carradine’s final performances
- Gather friends and family and watch, rate, and award independent shorts with the at-home film festival game, “Film Festival in a Box” ($99), made in America with eco-friendly packaging made from 30% recycled materials
- Four short films included in each of eight games shipped to home ($5)
- Choose best picture, best performance, and more from shorts and alert filmmakers online
- IndieFlix also acts as a content distributor for indie directors and gives independent filmmakers a chance to be seen
IndieFlix was featured in the New York Times, Daily Grommet, and the MetaCritic Holiday Gift Guide. > * We think Film Festival in a Box is a fun, easy way for movie lovers to screen independent films and spark lively, thoughtful discussions and a great excuse to invite friends over, pop some popcorn and play the role of movie critic. – Ann, Daily Grommet
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per household. Film Festival in a Box ships via USPS. Call IndieFlix to arrange alternative shipping. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Founded by movie-industry veterans Scilla Andreen and Carlo Scandiuzzi, IndieFlix culls a massive collection of independent and festival-selected films from across the globe into a convenient online streaming-video library. Filmmakers can submit their comedic, dramatic, or documentary masterpieces to the site, which fairly distributes movies of all genres and lengths, with artists fully retaining their films' rights and action-figure tie-ins. Audiences delve further into IndieFlix’s arsenal of cinema gems with Film Festival in a Box game—lauded by the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and Seattle magazine—which allows cineastes to display their knowledge without having to stroll through the local megaplex with a megaphone.