Join the Atlas Distribution Review Team

Posted by sdesapio 4 years, 8 months ago to The Gulch: Promotions
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Atlas Distribution Company is actively seeking its next film to distribute... and we want your help.

We’re putting together a team to watch new films and provide feedback to ultimately help us decide what movie to take on next. Is the movie good? Does the message resonate with you? Would you tell your friends to see it? We want to know what you think.

Be a part of the future of Atlas Distribution Company and get sneak peeks at new unreleased films before they hit theaters.

Registration is limited. Sign up for consideration now: http://bit.ly/ADCReviewTeamSignUp

NOTE: Galt’s Gulch Producers will be given preferential consideration.

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  • Posted by  $  Susanne 4 years, 8 months ago
    Very cool offer, I know that the producers selected for the team will give you a no holds barred honest assessment, and will help steer the direction that will bring amazing profitability to ADC!
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  • Posted by  $  DriveTrain 4 years, 8 months ago
    I'm curious as to whether this is going to be only for new films or for the re-release of extant films.

    Something I've become seriously enthusiastic about are films and television shows, past, present and future, that are little-known or completely unknown in the USA, but which are often jaw-dropping in their "objectivist-friendly" elements. A simple example would be the late Jûzô Itami's 1987 farce "A Taxing Woman" -
    [ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093502 or http://tinyurl.com/pforn26 ] As you can see, the DVD is out of print and difficult to lay one's hands on. But if ever a film merited a re-release...

    I've long held that despite its many collectivistic cultural and political elements, Japan has retained and refined much of what America has lost (or more precisely, discarded,) in culture, in personal dignity, in many of the objectivist virtues.

    A spectacular place to experience this is in Japanese television dramas, nicknamed "doramas" here. Rather than extended series, they typically run just 10 to 12 episodes at under an hour apiece, and run the gamut from cop shows, medical dramas, romances and the like, and covering subjects like vigilantism (à la Mr. Bidinotto's excellent novels "Hunter" and "Bad Deeds,") Roark-like artists battling compromise, unruly college punks learning self-discipline and dedication to work on assignment to remote ag farms, genius-level kids battling conformity in public schools, high school kids dealing with horrific bullying via dramatically-stunning moral choices, etc. (And yes, I'm happy to provide recommendations for the curious - the problem is finding the shows... Others may have seen similarly-excellent programs in other countries?)

    The trouble is that the major producers if these (FCI network, etc,) discontinued English subtitling in the late '90s and at least one American cable network that ran them (I-Channel, which later became AZN-TV,) has folded. Short of gaining fluency in a difficult foreign language, one is left with a smattering of subscription sites or buying DVDs with hit-or-miss translations and of questionable legitimacy.

    I'm not in the business so I do not have a clue as to feasibility, but I do know there is a huge, unserviced fan base that's waited in vain for someone to negotiate a deal to license, translate, subtitle and distribute films and television shows currently unavailable in North America.

    So... "Dear Santa." 8^]
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  • Posted by  $  winterwind 4 years, 8 months ago
    oh, yes, please, I'd love to!

    As everyone here knows [and many people who are not here also know], I have a difficult time giving my opinion, but I will do my best./end sarcastic font

    I'm really pleased to see that Atlas Distribution is going ahead with this project.
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  • Posted by Lnxjenn 4 years, 6 months ago
    This would be awesome, and I would love to do it! But unfortunately I cannot, as I'm quite sure anything they'll be showing will never be near me! Since I had to beg for Atlas Shrugged for Christmas, since I couldn't see Part 3 in the theaters... I would say it's a safe bet I won't get to participate! maybe I can sign up my dad? :)
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  • Posted by saveNaturefree 4 years, 7 months ago
    I was born in New Zealand and now live near the Great barrier Reef in Australia
    I have a sensational screenplay but don't know what to do with it. I am a co founder of SaveNaturefree and I think without hesitation that if the screenplay were made into a movie it would be a massive box office hit.
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  • Posted by Robbie53024 4 years, 8 months ago
    Scott: I hope that this indicates that more productions that support liberty and self determination are in the works.

    I wish you success.
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  • Posted by Barry 4 years, 8 months ago
    I would suggest making a movie version of Ayn Rand's Novella, 'Anthem', in order for people to see a horrifying future based on the horrors of socialism, big government, collectivism, and primitive societies In order for people to understand why Individualism and Capitalism are the only answers for Freedom and Liberty.
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