With an ever-changing film market and the decrease in royalties, the team behind Streamlette decided to take a stand and create an outlet for the independent film market that is already set to rival the big boys such as Amazon and Netflix as a platform to showcase your work.
Independent film is messy but beautiful—and that’s how it deserves to be presented. The Streamlette feed hosts incredible gems and shocking duds. The thing is, we’re not telling which is which.
The premise behind this company is incredibly smart and encourages filmmakers to be inventive and commercial, passionate about cinema, the team built this platform for the makers and the watchers to open up doors to new markets and with the first three films in place we see this emerging platform pushing boundaries and taking risks.
With plans to expand and take in films from the world market, they are opening the books up to creators from every corner of the globe and will support and nurture the talent.
Currently, in the Beta status, you can join up and be a part of the dream bringing your film to a wider audience and giving a voice to films that might otherwise be lost in the market.
A prime example of this is the movie:
A Fistful of Dollars in The Twilight Zone. Mojave Junction is a supernatural western set in 1899 in the desolation of the high desert. It tells the story of McTeague, a scoundrel who absconds with a treasure of stolen gold only to be tracked down by Marcus, a wiry ‘ole prospector whose impulsiveness far outweighs his intelligence. As these rock-ribbed adversaries clash in an escalating battle of wills, something sinister lurks in wait for them among the endless dunes.