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Founded by filmmakers, IndieFlix curates the best (or possibly the weirdest, depending on your taste) from worldwide film festivals to make sure indies have an audience. Independent filmmakers have worked hard to create these incredible films—movie lovers deserve to be able to see them!
Members pay a low monthly or annual fee to access unlimited shorts, documentaries, and features, and we share revenue with the filmmakers. Members can enjoy the movies on their computers, or in their living rooms via Roku and Xbox 360.
It’s a win-win-win model for everyone who loves the craft and content. We’re fair-minded facilitators of all things indie.
You can learn more about IndieFlix, and even get to know the team!
Do I need to subscribe to watch a film?
Yes, a subscription is required to watch films on IndieFlix—it’s how we pay the filmmakers. And they deserve to be paid for their creativity and hard work!
It is free to browse our library and check out trailers, so you can get a taste of what IndieFlix offers. And since we’re sure that you’ll want to dive right into the full film, we’ll start you off with a one-week free trial. Once you try IndieFlix, you’ll be hooked!
What if I have access to IndieFlix through my library?
If you are a library patron and have access to IndieFlix through your library you do not need to pay for membership. If you have any questions about library access please email email@example.com.
Are all the films on the site shorts?
We have thousands of films to explore and sink into, including full-length features and documentaries. Of course, there are lots of shorts available, to watch during a coffee break, or while waiting at the doctor’s office or in line at airport security.
What do I need to watch films on IndieFlix?
Just a broadband Internet connected device—the faster the better. We also have a channel on Roku and an app on Xbox 360.
Is the IndieFlix web site secure?
What are my payment options?
You can use Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover on our site.
How can I obtain public performance rights for a film?
Films viewed from our website, Roku, and Xbox 360 are intended for in-home use only. Organizations, institutions, and individuals looking for public performance rights should contact us to order and receive the correct screening information. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.829.9112.
Does IndieFlix stream internationally?
Yes. Ninety percent of our library can be accessed around the world. There are a few films that have limited distribution for various reasons. If you have questions about availability, please email email@example.com.
How do I submit a film?
Excellent! We love screening new movies—it’s the best part of our jobs. Follow our submission process to show us your stuff!