By Cory Doctorow at 10:45 pm Tue, Mar 30, 2010
Nice! I was so glad when I had a chance to watch this before all the copywank kicked off. Seconding the salutations.
And thirded. _So_ glad I live in Leeds; the Film Festival is my friend.
Isn’t this old news (or was there a brief burp)? I just checked my Netflix rental history, and I’d rented Sita Sings the Blues on 04 December 2009.
This is fantastic news!! I’ve been following this project for a long time… I’m very happy for Nina. Cory, it’d be great if you guys could enable re-tweeting and facebook-sharing on mini-posts, I’d like to share this.
Sita is one of my favourite animated films ever. Grats to Nina! She always intended for her work to be for everyone; it’s nice that this has now actually happened.
It’s a great film, no doubt, but its appearance on Netflix doesn’t quite make it available “for everyone”; perhaps we’d better say “available to a new audience” instead…
It’s already virtually as “available to everyone” as possible through http://www.sitasingstheblues.com/
I’m talking streaming, http and torrent downloads, DVD purchase and PBS schedule.. I loved the movie, and donated a small amount through the webpage. Check it out!
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