Plenty of people are unhappy with Netflix, which split its DVD service from its streaming video service—and then reversed the decision. Confused by what Netflix is doing? There are alternatives. Here are seven of them.
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7 alternatives to Netflix
3 easy-to-use tools for creating movies and videos
I’m really into movie editing tools, especially those that are relatively easy to use, such as iMovie, but even the tools meant for amateurs require a certain degree of experience—and time—to generate decent results. Fortunately, there’s a solution to this, in the form of tools that essentially do the magic of video editing for you.
Ranked #21 in Indie 100
Coffee Shorts filters out the silly talking dog videos to bring you the best independent short films from around the web.
Ranked #23 in Indie 100
The former print magazine, now online only, offers advice for filmmakers through every step of the movie-making process.
Ranked #36 in Indie 100
Vimeo is a video-sharing site with an emphasis on high-quality videos and community interaction, using videos to bring people together.
Ranked #42 in Indie 100
The web companion to the premier channel for independent films, where you can read more about your favorites and see original films for the web.
Independent Television Service
Ranked #51 in Indie 100
ITVS funds, presents and promotes award-winning documentaries and dramas on public television and cable. Read about what’s new in independent television from the source.
2009 CMJ Music Marathon & Film Festival
Ranked #88 in Indie 100
The official website of the CMJ Music & Film Festival, where multitudes migrate to discover the best in ultra-cool, New York-flavored music and film.
Ranked #56 in Indie 100
Get all the news you need on indie films from the award-winning site dedicated to independent film news.
Ranked #55 in Web 100
Buying movie tickets online and finding out the latest movie info has never been easier.