Continuing the riveting story of one guy with a perfectly fine documentary trying to go to all the distribution points that well-meaning people tell him in endless fan letters he should go to.
On with the show!
From: Submissions <email@example.com> Subject: Netflix Submission of "BBS: The Documentary"
Dear Jason Sadofsky: Thank you for your submission to Netflix. We have received and reviewed your materials. Â Unfortunately, we are unable to make "BBS: The Documentary" available through Netflix as a direct account. Please contact Victory Multimedia to make your title available for rent on Netflix. Victory Multimedia works with many independent film producers and small distributors. If you wish to establish a distribution agreement with Victory Multimedia, they will represent "BBS: The Documentary" directly to Netflix. You are under no obligation to work with Victory Multimedia and the link below will provide you with a full list of distributors to choose from. The following URL will take you to this list: http://www.business.com/directory/media_and_entertainment/home_entertainment/distributors_and_wholesalers/ [www.business.com] If you wish to establish a distribution agreement with Victory Multimedia, please contact Randy Freeman at Victory Multimedia at your earliest convenience. Once again, thank you for your submission and we look forward to making your title availablefor rent on Netflix. Sincerely, Netflix Submissions
Just so we’re clear, I submitted my information and DVD set to Netflix over seven months ago. Seven months passed before they sent an e-mail telling me that they don’t deal with small distributors/individuals for Netflix.
Will I call Randy? Sure. A phone call’s cheap, as I just wrote an entry about. But since most “distributors” take a massive chunk out of the price, I am not so sure I’ll go that way.
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