Over the past decade, the way audiences are seeing movies has changed with the advent of VOD and digital streaming. These technological advances have allowed more and more filmmakers to bypass traditional distribution methods completely and go straight to their audience. The latest filmmaker trailblazing with the digital vanguard is actor/director Mark Webber with his third feature, “The Ever After.”
Deadline reports that “The Ever After” will be a self-released affair available next month on the film’s site. This seems like the perfect – and most viable – option to reach audiences for such a low-key and intimate film. Co-starring, co-written and co-produced by Webber and his real life wife Teresa Palmer, the film follows a married photographer and actress as they struggle to make sense of their bond with one another. Melissa Leo, Rosario Dawson, Phoebe Tonkin, Joshua Leonard, Moby, and Scott Mescudi co-star, with Moby pulling double duty and scoring the film with Daniel Ahearn.
Our review from the LA Film Festival last year called it a “bold and well-acted affair,” so you might want to consider this one to check out. Watch the trailer below.