Indie movie streaming service Fandor comes to Roku

Fandor has been called the Netflix for indie movies, providing users access to a number of independent and foreign films they can’t find anywhere else. Now it’s taking another page out of the Netflix playbook, by building apps for connected devices, including Roku set-top boxes.

Popcornflix Brings Indie Films Online for Free

Film distributor Screen Media Ventures is launching, a website that will let indie film fans watch hundreds of movies for free, in an ad-supported format. But can movies with ads bring in as much money as licensing to Netflix or renting through iTunes?

Fandor Targets a Netflix Weakness: Social

Indie film subscription service Fandor is focused on building a social experience for its users, enabling them to share and connect with indie film fans in their social graph. In a video interview, Fandor COO Monty Kosma talks about the social aspects that set it apart.