WHO WE ARE
Virgil Films & Entertainment was founded in 2003 by Joe Amodei to acquire, and distribute feature films, documentaries, and original episodic television series. Over the years Virgil has enjoyed partnerships with Sundance Channel Home Entertainment, National Geographic Cinema Ventures, Pure Flix Entertainment, Vancouver based Network Entertainment, Major League Baseball Productions, Morgan Spurlock’s Warrior Poets, OWN and other high-profile entertainment brands. Their feature films have been available on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, AppleTV +, Hulu, Vudu, Google Play, HBO, Starz, Showtime and many other digital and TV networks. Virgil Films releases include the Oscar-nominated documentary Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me; the critically acclaimed best-selling Forks Over Knives; and the Oscar-nominated documentary Restrepo and its sequel Korengal. They have also released the entertaining I Am Chris Farley, I am Heath Ledger, Trafficked, Code Blue, Ruth and the holiday classic The Real Bedford Falls. Clarence Clemons, Who Do I Think I Am was their first in house production which followed their successful five-episode documentary series Happy Jail which was a co-production with Netflix. Follow them on twitter: @virgilfilms
Virgil Films provides filmmakers with a “one-stop-shop” for distribution, handling ALL distribution including Video On Demand, SVOD, EST, Ad supported streaming and television licensing, cable video on demand, satellite VOD Cable TV and basically anywhere a movie can be watched by a consumer on the planet Earth. The Virgil Films staff work as partners with filmmakers on all aspects of release including delivery, marketing, social media strategizing and PR.
Through its relationships with the multiple streaming and cable TV sites Virgil Films can present your title as an Original Production to these accounts. This also includes films in development stage that are looking for financing.
HOST A SCREENING
Federal guidelines prohibit screening a film to an audience without purchasing a proper license first. Virgil Films will happily provide for you the opportunity to do so with a license to any of our films. Whether it is for a classroom, public performance at a theater or private venue, or online with a digital site license, our one-time community screening licenses will grant you the permission to host a screening to an audience for a reasonable fee.
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