Houston, Texas -- Tonight, Houston-born writer and director Millie Loredo makes her directorial debut in her hometown.
Not only does her passion project for the last four years, indie horror film Sorrow, premiere at River Oaks Theatre, DVD copies of the film are now available online through Barnes & Noble and Target for $14.95.
When Loredo signed a distribution agreement with BrinkVision distribution, they were able to introduce Loredo to another path to viewers: online streaming. It has become a new way for independent filmmakers to introduce audiences to their films.
BrinkVision was able to contract Hulu Network, Amazon Prime and Google Play to stream Loredo’s directorial debut online in both the U.S. and Canada. Amazon Prime and Google Play will begin streaming the indie horror film next week, and Hulu will begin streaming Sorrow mid-May.
“Twice as many viewers watch Hulu than the five major TV networks combined,” she said. “There was a total of 38 million people who watched Hulu at least once in the past year alone.”
Streaming on Hulu is a special accomplishment for Loredo, because her lead actress, Vannessa Vasquez, currently stars in Hulu Network’s original series “East Los High.” Vasquez’s recent Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Performer in New Approaches to a Drama Series is a testament to the wide reach of audiences streaming finds online.
BrinkVision will also be distributing DVD and Blu-ray copies of Sorrow this summer in select retail stores in the U.S. and Canada. Additionally, Loredo has set up a screening tour for the indie horror film in four states across the U.S., including once in Texas, Georgia, North Carolina and twice in New York.
For more information about the movie, its directors and actors, please visit us online at www.sorrowthemovie.com or you can contact Millie Loredo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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