VHX aims to become distribution platform for indie filmmakers

There’s a great article over at NoFilmSchool about how online distribution platforms are fast becoming a critical option for indie filmmakers, especially as movie theaters, at least in the U.S., are being completely overrun by sequels and spectacle. One such example is VHX, which started as a video-sharing social-media platform. According to the report, VHX is morphing into an opportunity for independent filmmakers to earn income from their projects. The article included this cool video to illustrate what VHX started out as. After checking out the video, take a look at what VHX has to offer at vhx.tv.


By René Carson

René is a designer, journalist, coder, photographer and filmmaker based outside of New York.

He is the founder of Hit Pictures and Hit Handouts.