AN APE GOES TO COLLEGE
Release date: March 26th 2017
Sponsored by 1800WWW.COM
Plot | Cast | Crew | Download the movie | Orang-U at the IMdb
Download the movie
The full movie will be available to download here on March 26th 2017
after the premiere.
Until then, here's a GIF to keep you interested (1.8mb)
What will be released?
When Orang-U: An Ape Goes To College is released in March 2017, we'll
be releasing the following things at a minimum:
Full movie, screenplay, book and any audio/video material created by us
will be released under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0.
We'll also be using material from other sources released under similar
licenses, including Creative Commons Attribution.
- The complete movie in full HD for download
- All of the video and audio source files from the movie
- The Blender file, which is the
file that assembles all of our edits into the movie
- The screenplay for the movie
- The Orang-U book, which takes the movie screenplay into book
form. It also contains the unreleased Orang-U TV pilot.
- Behind the scenes clips and commentaries
- Any computer scripts and programs we use to compile the final
Any software will be released under the GNU General Public License
version 3.0 or later.
Why do this?
We're doing this because we believe that the film can be further
improved at a later date, both by us but also by fans of the movie.
Nobody to our knowledge has done this with a full feature length movie
before, and so it'll be interesting to see what happens.
Will you sell copies of the movie?
Yes, we'll be offering a paid download version of the movie from Vimeo
and other sites. This version will be the same as the version available
for free, but will allow people to support our work. We'll also be
selling a limited number of physical copies of the movie in a variety
of formats including DRM-free Blu-Ray, region free DVD and NTSC VHS.
The soundtrack will be available on both cassette and CD, as well as to
download. The full movie will also be available to stream on this
website, plus Libre.fm, YouTube and Vimeo. We'll have a place where you
can also pay whatever you like for a download of the movie, and there
will be some limited merchandise.
What about Netflix, etc?
Right now, probably not due to DRM. Plus it'll be on YouTube, which
works in all the places that Netflix and co also work such as Apple TV,
Roku, Chromecast, etc.
What about subtitles?
We'll have a copy of the video up on Amara at launch, and we'll do the
work to get the English language subtitles up as a first step in
providing an accessible version of the movie.
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