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'The Animal Project,' 'Half Of A Yellow Sun' And More TIFF Films Premiere on Vimeo on Demand

By Oliver MacMahon | Indiewire July 2, 2014 at 3:33PM

Last September at the 2013 Toronto Film Festival Vimeo went around handing $10,000 "nest eggs" to filmmakers premiering to build their distribution homes with them. Finally the results are in: Money talks!
Half Of A Yellow Sun

Last September at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, Vimeo offered $10,000 "nest eggs" to filmmakers who agreed to premiere their films on Vimeo on Demand. The TIFF Collection on Vimeo on Demand is live and ready to peruse. You can now stream, download and preorder a number of films which screened at TIFF.

"We're psyched to be supporting such amazing creators, and to welcome their incredible films to our Vimeo On Demand family," said Vimeo's Jeremy Boxer in a blog post.

READ MORE: Vimeo Offers TIFF World Premieres $10,000 Advance for Digital Rights

Films currently available include Ingrid Veninger’s "The Animal Project," Yannis Sakaridis' "Wild Duck," Shayne Ehman's and Seth Scriver's "Asphalt Watches," Terry Miles' and Double Dutch Media's Cinemanovels, and Biyi Bandele's "Half Of A Yellow Sun" (Starring "Twelve Years A Slave"'s Chiwetel Ejiofor). Browse the full collection here.

This article is related to: TIFF, Toronto International Film Festival, Vimeo , Streaming, Filmmaker Toolkit: Distribution, Half of a Yellow Sun, Asphalt Watches, The Animal Project

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