BONES BRIGADE: An Autobiography Available Now Through Sundance Institute Artist Services Program

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Posted Nov 20, 2012

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Los Angeles, CABONES BRIGADE: An Autobiography is now available through the Sundance Institute Artist Services access to distribution program, which provides Institute artists with exclusive opportunities for creative self-distribution, marketing and financing solutions for their work. The film continues the creative distribution strategy that began with a direct-to-fan campaign powered by Sundance Institute Artist Services collaborator Topspin Media.

Look for the film today on Amazon Instant Video, Microsoft Xbox Video, Sony Entertainment Network, SundanceNOW, VUDU and YouTube. For details visit sundance.org/nowplaying.

The exclusive aggregation partner for distribution across all portals participating in the Artist Services program is Cinedigm Entertainment Group. The Artist Services initiative is made possible by The Bertha Foundation. These deals were brokered via pro bono legal services generously provided by law firm O’Melveny & Myers LLP, which has built the legal framework for the Artist Services program and participating filmmakers since its inception.

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