In the changing media landscape, it’s blatantly obvious that free digital videos reign supreme, from mindless six-second clips to highly regarded multi-millionaire dollar works. And while the Internet has redefined the very notion of “niche” to help us filter out all the content that competes for our attention, how can we find what we’re actually interested in?
SnagFilms is a solution. The video-streaming site provides you with tools at your disposal to point you in the right direction of independent films, both new and old. With a library upwards of 7,000 compelling videos, you can discover indies, critic picks and acclaimed documentaries—at no cost. For a summery title to kick back to, watch Skatopia: 88 Acres of Anarchy, a movie where hardcore skating, punk rock and hillbilly culture collide. Looking for something involving some of Hollywood’s finest before they were big? Tune in to Slaughter Rule, Ryan Gosling’s (pictured above) 2002 movie that outlines his character’s involvement in football and the subsequent journey following the death of his father.
Because SnagFilms is deeply integrated in social media, you can connect with and follow friends, family and other movie buffs to discover what they’re watching. Word of mouth has long been one of the most reliable ways to market somebody. But if you’re not sold on the idea of relying on friends for suggestions, SnagFilms has the best of both worlds—it has a team of knowledgeable editors who personally handpick and recommend titles.
As you slowly amass and curate your own collection on SnagFilms, movie suggestions will become more personal and refined, helping you on your quest to discover more great films. Head over to SnagFilms now and get started.