Indie filmmakers from around the world are gaining a new Internet platform for their movies as US website Jaman bets on a global appetite for films made without the help of Hollywood. Less than one percent of all the films made get any US distribution, according to industry statistics. “That is just wrong,” Dhillon said. “I thought it was an urban legend, but it’s true.” So Jaman, an online art house for international films, was born and, it seems, people love them. Glenn Chapman reports.