Posted by: michellemuldoon | June 15, 2020

Last Stand to Nowhere Distribution

Staying home and hunkering down in safety from covid-19 has been the mantra of 2020 and that has brought major change to the plans of independent filmmakers everywhere. Like many of my filmmaking brethren, I watched a planned 2020 film festival year disappear in the wake of the virus’ global path. That’s okay because the safety and health of our communities is what truly matters. What it meant though, was a sharp pivot into a brave new world of distribution for Last Stand to Nowhere.

I’m proud and pleased to share that we have bounced back and found several online homes for the film.

For our Western fans please check out Great American Westerns, a streaming service that hosts only Western content and has become the landing page for all the indie short film Westerns made in the last few years. We have some great company, including several short films I saw last year on the film festival circuit. The monthly cost is a reasonable $5.99 a month.

If you’re looking for more women focused content and want to support female filmmakers, please check out the Reel Women’s Network. It’s a new site that has been adding content at a furious pace. There are several multi-award winning short films on the site as well as a Crystal Chappell fronted web series. The monthly cost is a reasonable $7.99 but they are currently running a deal for your first three months.

If you don’t want to make a big commitment to another streaming service then you can zip on over to Vimeo on Demand and find Last Stand to Nowhere for rental and sale. Available at a steal of a deal price of $0.99 USD as well as a $1.99 USD purchase, there’s no simpler way to saddle up to our unique and raucous re-imagining of The Gunfight at the OK Corral. If you purchase, then please head to the bottom of the page to check out the two mini-interviews with Luvia Petersen and Johannah Newmarch. They unlock automatically with your purchase.

We’ll be adding at least one more distribution portal this month, and who knows about the future. After twenty-one festivals to date, twenty-three nominations and four awards, there’s no time like yesterday to saddle up and hitch up with our wagon train.



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