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"...Getting DVD distribution for an indie movie, even a critically lauded one like Austin-based women's Roller Derby documentary Hell on Wheels, can be a hard sell. But when director Bob Ray and producer Werner Campbell were touting their film to distributor IndiePix, they had a secret weapon: the 300 derby leagues that have sprung up worldwide, inspired by Austin's derby innovators..."
"...Fourplay will debut at film festivals and be released in discrete segments on the IndiePix Films website as each segment is completed, a market approach that breathes some optimism into a part of the film industry that desperately needs it...."
"...The versatile director of Sundance hit Room and University, Inc. plans to release each of the film’s four segments on the IndiePix Films website as they are completed, a novel distribution approach that breathes some optimism and energy into a part of the film industry that desperately needs it...."
"...Hold up, we’ve got more SXSW related news: Artois the Goat, the charming competition film from Austinites Cliff and Kyle Bogart, premiered on DVD this week from IndiePix. Go here and here and here to read all the love we showed the film back when it played SXSW 09......"
"...The Astonishing Work of Tezuka Osamu: The Experimental Films (Kino Video, $29.95); Extreme Animation: Films by Phil Mulloy (Kino Video, $29.95); Sita Sings the Blues (IndiePix, $24.95); The Animation of Alexeieff (Facets, $39.95)..."
"...Hell on Wheels (Indiepix, $24.95)..."
"...In A DreamIndiePix, $26.95..."
"...The story is about Joe Tezca, sent to quell a crime wave in 2085. Lots of Texas films will premiere at SXSW, but doc The Least of These is notable for its concurrent premiere online through IndiePix partner SnagFilms as either an electronic download or DVD delivered by snail mail..."
"...His description of the mindset is pretty simple: "You know that shitty vampire movie that failed?" he said. "Well, you can stop making vampire movies." Fortunately, that's where distributor Indiepix, (who their acquisition manager Jason Tyrell described as "supporters of independent films that other people won't touch, no matter how good they are") came in...."
"...Click here for Richard Whittaker's short piece in this week's Screens section on Bob Ray and Werner Campbell's Roller Derby documentary Hell on Wheels getting a nifty two-disc DVD release from IndiePix. It hits the shelves Tuesday, Sept..."