Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) July 22, 2006
- Slice Of Americana Films, LLC. isn't relying on a traditional movie trailer to promote their new indie film "Consignment." They have taken the unique approach of streaming the first 11 minutes of the movie online without advertisements or pop-ups interrupting viewing.
With the growth of mobile media devices like the video iPod or PSP, independent movies that can be delivered digitally will reach a greater audience. With that in mind Slice of Americana Films introduced a special internet offer.
Purchase the 'Consignment' DVD from the official website located at http://www.consignment-movie.com, get a free digital download of the movie for your PC, MAC, and mobile media devices. Plus an exclusive download of a deleted scene that had to be cut from the movie to make it suitable for retail and rental outlets. Not many indie movies are offering that.
"Consignment" is the story of an East Coast drug dealer who goes on the run in So Cal with his wife after a rip-off murder attempt set-up by a street Kingpin called Detroit Mike.
The ambitious website was developed and created with movie viewers in mind. "I think audiences are becoming a tougher sell. They're fed up being burned by the hype and gimmicks used to sell movies. As a movie lover I know I was. I can't tell you how many times I picked up a movie because the box cover only to find out the people shown weren't in the movie at all or got sucked in by a trailer that was misleading to what the movie was really about. By giving viewers the first 11 minutes we're letting them know exactly what they're getting," said Producer Tim Beachum.
About Consignment the Movie
Inspired by true events Consignment is an intense movie from West Coast based Sid Kali (writer/director/producer) and East Coast based Tim Beachum (producer/editor). With a limited budget and no outside funding, the filmmakers worked with what they had, looked past what they didn’t, and made it happen with a dedicated cast and crew grinding out long hours to see it all come together. Visit http://www.consignment-movie.com to learn more about the movie.
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