Have you ever tried searching for a classic or independent film, but when you got to the product page, it was unavailable?! Yeah. We hate that, too! It's so common with 'out of print' films from smaller filmmakers and distributors.
Introducing IndieMovieStore Video-On-Demand! Brought to you by World Wide Motion Pictures and powered by Vimeo, our VOD store allows you to not only find the titles you're looking for, but view them immediately! We will be releasing some of our most-popular feature films over the next few months, starting with eight AVAILABLE NOW!
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* Skin Deep - an exploration of lifetimes in ink (documentary series - special LOW price)
* Welcome To Eden - celebrities join the fight to save an urban farm (Willie Nelson, Daryl Hannah, and Joan Baez)
* Inspired By Angels - do angels exist? Decide for yourself!
* Red Roses and Petrol - an ounce of family with a splash of whiskey (Malcolm McDowell)
* Amy - she won't speak, but she still taught the world to sing! (Rachel Griffiths)
* Pop Kowboy - a delightfully charming cowboy comedy with a twist of Dallas Buyers Club
* Rusty Steel - a maritime chase thrilling featuring sexy women, Nazi gold, and Dean Stockwell
* Third Law - a riveting drama with a terrific ensemble cast that reminds us what indie film is really about
The Teen Choice Awards unveiled the nominees for the annual show earlier this month. Amongst the nominees was Robbie Kay, the star of World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation's Ways To Live Forever. Kay earned the nomination for his portrayal of Peter Pan in Once Upon A Time. Other nominees for the Choice TV Villain award are Jane Lynch (Glee), Dylan O'Brien (Teen Wolf), Janel Parrish (Pretty Little Liars), and Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries).
Earlier this year, the young actor received the Best Supporting Actor award from Once Upon A Fan for his portrayal of Peter Pan in OUAT. Kay tweeted his reaction and his appreciation for all of the fans who voted for him.
If you would like to see Robbie Kay win the Teen Choice Award, there are only 10 days left to vote!
The Teen Choice Awards air August 10, 2014 on FOX. Check local listings.
Golden Globe® and Emmy® nominee Morgan Fairchild and Lindsay Hartley are set to star in the Hallmark Channel Original Movie Perfect on Paper. “We are delighted to work with the very talented Morgan Fairchild and Lindsay Hartley, who both bring comedic wit and charm to their characters in this romantic comedy our audience will love,” said Michelle Vicary, Executive VP of Programming for Crown Media Family Networks.
In the film, Natalie Holland (Hartley) is a fresh new book editor and a visionary who hasn't had much luck with love. Craving change, she accepts a job offer in Los Angeles, but is unfamiliar with the intense, fast paced lifestyle. Her new boss, the famous, best-selling romance novelist Beverly Wilcox (Fairchild), is a powerful and strong-willed writer who casually intimidates and criticizes Natalie at every turn.
As she struggles to adjust to her new life and boss, she must also balance her romantic relationships with three new beaus in a strange, new, culture-shocking city. Over time, however, Natalie realizes that one shouldn't judge a book by its cover, even if people may seem 'perfect on paper.'
Perfect on Paper premiers Saturday, September 20th (9 p.m. ET/PT, 8C) on Hallmark Channel. Check local listings.
And be sure to check out World Wide Motion Pictures Corporation's Shattered Illusions, also starring Morgan Fairchild, available right here - only at Indie Movie Store!
Getting your first tattoo is not only a memorable experience because of its novelty, but also because of its permanence. Or is it? Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker actually lost his first tattoo, although not through laser removal, but due to an unforgettable plane crash. Travis Barker and DJ AM were the sole survivors out of the six passengers of the 2008 flight. Barker was left with severe second and third-degree burns from the waist down. The heavily tattooed drummer had the ink burnt off of both legs. One of the tattoos he lost was his very first. It read 'Bones' (a nickname of his), yet after skin graft procedures, Barker was cautious about getting his ink replaced.
Last year, Barker discussed his tattoo loss during a Fuse interview: “I started getting some of the work done on my grafts, but it hurts like hell on my grafts for some reason just cause I don’t think all of the nerves have all the way grown back or settled. So in a matter of time I will… I think I have to give it a little more time,” he said. However, on July 13, he revealed to TMZ that it was finally time to get back under the needle now that he has a clean bill-of-health.
Despite rare situations such as these, World Wide Motion Picture Corporation’s documentary series Skin Deep takes a close look at the thrill surrounding a first tattoo, and thrives on saying that 'tattoos are for a lifetime!'
Season 4 of ABC’s Once Upon A Time starts September 28th with a special twist on a modern fairytale. As most fans already know, OUAT producers have confirmed the arrival of Disney’s Frozen characters in the upcoming season. Fans are eager to know more about how these characters are going to settle into their lives in Storybrooke, but co-creator Adam Horowitz continues to leave spoilers for his Twitter followers.
Horowitz told TVLine, "We want to tell a story that is uniquely ours, but also honors those characters [in the 2013 animated movie Frozen] that everyone fell in love with." What we know so far is that Frozen’s Elsa will be the new antagonist-antihero of the show, replacing The Wicked Witch Zelena, and prior to that - childhood figure turned evil Peter Pan, portrayed with delight by Robbie Kay.
Kay tells The Hollywood Reporter, “To portray an iconic character has been brilliant in itself and to be able to do that on a show like Once Upon a Time enhances that because the show puts a spin on characters and makes them very different and puts core values that are very different that aren't in the original fairy tales a lot of people relate to.”
The irony to match his iconography? Prior to the darkness he conveyed in OUAT, Kay showed us a sort of anti-Pan in his spirited, light-hearted portayal of 12-year-old leukemia patient Sam in World Wide Motion Picture Corporation’s Ways To Live Forever.
June 11, 2014 - Ella Purnell graced the red carpet for the UK premiere of Walking on Sunshine at Vue West End in London. She turned heads in a beautiful aqua blue mini dress. With her newfound fame as a younger version of the titular character of the summer hit Maleficent, the press is keeping a close eye on her trendy fashion statements. Fans can see her edgy taste on style featured in V Magazine’s summer issue.
The rising star nonchalantly addressed her style choices via Twitter stating, “(I've) never really been into fashion... I like individual pieces of clothing. I don't religiously buy from certain designers or certain high street shops. I like to branch out.”
Fans are excited to see what Ella plans to step onto the red carpet wearing next. You can catch her, opposite Robbie Kay, in World Wide Motion Picture Corporation’s Ways To Live Forever, a feature film about a 12-year-old boy, Sam, experiencing an exciting life as a teenager while battling leukemia.