Morph Distribution Launch

Perth, Australia (PressExposure) June 13, 2014 -- PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Morph Holdings Limited today launched its independent Film Distribution website, Morph Distribution (Morph). Morph invites submissions of film projects of any type, which have previously been rejected or overlooked by mainstream distributors. Morph will evaluate the commercial possibilities for your project at its expense.

Michael Glossop, Morph's CEO said "99% of talented filmmakers never have the joy of an audience appreciating their creative efforts. It is also rare that they are able to generate any material monetary return. We cant guarantee that we can achieve these outcomes but what we will do is review all submissions at our expense. If we think that there is a possibility of commercial exploitation then we will enter into a distribution agreement. There will be no payments of any kind by the filmmaker and distribution rights will only be given up for a limited period of time. If we don't succeed then you get your rights back."

Morph has offices in Australia and Hong Kong. Morph invites filmmakers to submit short and feature films of any genre, web series, pilots in fact any type of film project. Morph has technical, financial, legal and marketing expertise and will be looking at innovative ways to commercially exploit film projects. Over time Morph intends to build a library of projects which will be accessible on line and use its contacts in Australia and Asia to build commercial outcomes for filmmakers.

Every year thousands of independent films don't secure distribution either due to timing issues or arbitrary rejections from distributors. That's where we come in, we will take your unappreciated film, television and short film projects and with our own time and money.

About Morph Distribution

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Press Release Submitted On: June 13, 2014 at 2:50 am
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