Cinema Dailymotion Launches with IndiePix's Red Without Blue

  • New programme offers full-length independent films and documentaries free-of-charge
  • Debuts with IndiePix's critically-acclaimed documentary, Red Without Blue
  • Includes film clips and trailers from professional contributors including IFC films and Magnolia Pictures

New York, US - 2 April, 2008 - IndiePix, the Internet-based distributor of independent films, has today announced a partnership with Dailymotion, the world's largest independent video sharing site. The partnership coincides with the launch of Cinema Dailymotion, where film-lovers can view free-of-charge, feature-length films and documentaries directly from IndiePix's controversial and critically-acclaimed documentary, Red Without Blue, is the first film to be screened on Cinema Dailymotion.

The launch of Cinema Dailymotion creates an easily accessible resource for film-lovers, which, along with feature-length films, will also include unique clips and trailers from professional contributors, including IFC films and Magnolia Pictures. Cinema Dailymotion debuts with IndiePix's Red Without Blue - a cutting edge documentary following the lives of identical twins, as one makes the transition from male to female.

"We chose to debut with IndiePix's Red Without Blue because its bold story is a perfect example of the type of unique production that film-lovers will find on Cinema Dailymotion," commented Danny Passman, Dailymotion's Senior Creative Director.
"The partnership with Cinema Dailymotion is an incredible opportunity for the independent film community as a whole and this new offering meets the demand for a place where independent film fans can enjoy full feature-length films in high-quality video," explained Bob Alexander, President of IndiePix. "We work very closely with all the filmmakers that make up the IndiePix catalogue and we've seen firsthand how hard they work. So it's incredibly rewarding to see how far independent film has come in such a short space of time and we look forward to seeing more of our films on Cinema Dailymotion."

About IndiePix
IndiePix is the world's leading distributor of critically acclaimed and hard-to-find independent films. The company was set up in 2005 by Bob Alexander and Barnet Liberman to break down barriers between film-makers and audiences in the global film community through the creation of a world leading shop and online service dedicated to making independent films available to the film community. It is committed to supporting the independent film industry and encouraging the production of more movies - giving 60 per cent of the revenue from each purchase straight to the film-maker. For more information, please visit

About Dailymotion
A top 30 website worldwide (source: Alexa), Dailymotion is the world's largest independent video entertainment website (source: Alexa; comScore, December 2007). Every day, over 15,000 new videos are uploaded into Dailymotion's global network of localised video entertainment sites, where the site's creative directors turn the user-generated and licensed content into high-quality entertainment for its 50-plus million monthly unique users. In February 2008, Dailymotion registered well over 800 million video views across its global network. The site's Motionmaker program is designed to identify and encourage the most creative users on Dailymotion. Using the most advanced technology for both users and content creators, Dailymotion provides high-quality video in a fast, easy-to-use Web site that also automatically filters infringing material. Dailymotion's mission is to provide the best possible entertainment experience for users and the best marketing opportunities for advertisers, while respecting content protection. For more information, please visit

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