Under continuous pressure from cat film fans worldwide, online distributor Distrify has finally introduced a fully translated version of the Distrify player in Lingua Feline. Cats
are fiercely independent creatures and this innovation allows them to
select and watch films without the help of their owners for the first
time in history.
the rising popularity of cat videos online, we realized we had to meet
the demand and make the video player available in a language that our
fans could understand,”
said Distrify’s CEO Peter Gerard.
Cats around the world are now able to paw at their tablets and start streaming classic films like
Cat Ladies, The Lion King, The Aristocats, Garfield, Cat People, Cats and Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore, Fritz the
Cat, The Cat in the Hat, as well as watch the glamorous A-listers such as Blofeld’s right-hand in the Bond films, Jonesy in
Alien, Snowbell in Stuart Little, Mr Bigglesworth in Austin Powers, Sassy in
Homeward Bound, Cat in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Mir Jinx in Meet the Parents, Jake in
The Cat From Outer Space, all from the comfort of their own litter box or sofa.
asked for comment Bali, a film aficionado from Barnet enthusiastically
said, “Meow meow meow Distrify meow. Meow, meow, awards, meow, meow,
Palm Dog, meow, discrimination,
Distrify have curated a special collection of films in Lingua Feline
All cat lovers check out
For further information:
the fast-growing online cinema with integrated viral marketing tools
offering filmmakers and distributors the opportunity to reach audiences
Distrify model turns every trailer for a film into an instant VoD
player allowing the customer on discovering a film
to click ‘rent’ or ‘buy’. Film fans are rewarded for sharing trailers
with their contacts and film critics, online publishers and film fans
are able to curate their favourite film collections and earn money for
their efforts. Not only does Distrify offer
international distribution, but it also ensures that the majority of
the revenue earned back by films is passed back to the filmmaker.
Distrify has announced a number of audience development projects in recent weeks all showing how the platform is pioneering
direct-to-fan online film distribution.
Distrify is setting up an online platform for the
BFI Production Board Collection which will offer audiences worldwide to classics from the collection of 300 films.
Creative Scotland is using Distrify to promote and offer the
Scottish Film Collection to national and international audiences.
The Bangalore-based portal
hometalkies.com is using Distrify to premiere films
to the Indian diaspora.
The Glasgow Film Theatre and the
Edinburgh Filmhouse are using Distrify to explore cinema-curated Video on Demand (VoD) for a slate of six films.
Distrify has provided the platform for LGBT film distributor Wolfe Video’s
Distrify is partnering
The Guardian and international film distributors to offer films such as Terry’s Gilliam’s
The Wholly Family.
The Distrify model and technology has been pioneered by co-founders Peter Gerard and Andy Green.
is an award-winning film producer
whose films played at festivals, sold for international broadcast, and
downloaded tens of thousands of times. He has also specialised in Rich
Internet Applications development and has designed and programmed
award-winning eCommerce and eCommunity applications
for large financial institutions, governmental organisations, and
commercial clients. He built the website for The D-Word online community
of documentary professionals and is regularly invited to speak on
panels throughout Europe and the US.
is an award-winning film editor
and producer whose experience includes promos, commercials, broadcast
documentaries and short dramas. As an independent producer his films
have won several awards including Best Short Documentary prizes at the
Palm Springs and San Francisco film festivals.
Having developed three screenplays, all of which were funded, Andy has
been featured as an up-and-coming producer at the EIFF/Scottish
Executive “Features Scotland” Expo.
Distrify chairman David Nicholas Wilkinson, founder of the Guerilla companies, has an award-winning track record in film/TV and theatre
publishing, as well as event management. An award-winning actor, he has
starred in film/TV/theatre productions, has produced and/or distributed
almost 150 feature films and has advised on financing
for more than 300 feature film projects.