FAQ

Q?What does Silicon Beach Distribution do?
A. We distribute films in the domestic and international marketplace.  We handle features and shorts, both narratives and documentaries. We are direct digital, DVD, and educational distributors.  We license films and programs to television networks all over the world.  We also have relationships with all the major Hollywood studios.

Other services include festival consultation, film financing and packaging, and general distribution consultation which can include helping you set up a theatrical release of your film.

Q?How do I contact Silicon Beach Distribution?
A.Presently, we do not allow direct phone calls from non-clients as it is an overwhelming task to manage. We only accept communications through our website contact page and email address (). Once we have pre-approved the communication and/or inquiry we initiate contact via telephone. When you are a client we are in continuous contact with you about your film.

Q?How do I submit my film to Silicon Beach Distribution?
A.Please email an online screener or send us a DVD screener to our office. We will notify you by e-mail when the submission is received and reviewed. After review we will contact you to speaking with you about your film’s distribution possibilities and potential, as well as our services.

Q? What type of films does Silicon Beach Distribution distribute?

A. We distribute all types of film: narrative and documentaries, features and shorts, horror films to issue oriented documentaries.  We look for quality films that tell great stories.

Q?I understand you are a direct educational distributor.  What does this mean?

A. We directly distribute your film on DVD and digitally to educational institutions ranging from universities to local public libraries.

Q? Is Silicon Beach Distribution the right type of distribution company for me?

A. We work with all different types of filmmakers from those who have just made their first film to seasoned professionals.  We pride ourselves in making the distribution process as simple as possible for any and all types of filmmakers.