A one-night stand in Paris + an insurmountable language barrier = dark indie comedy Universal Language, available now exclusively on Brooklyn On Demand.
A drunk one-night stand in Paris. The next morning, Dan realizes the woman next to him speaks no English, while he speaks no French. But for two lost people who will stop at nothing to avoid involvement, the lack of communication is the perfect scenario for staying unattached. It's a risk-free liaison that might stay anonymous as long as the events from the night before remain unremembered.
Rent the dark comedy 'Universal Language' for just $1.99, only on Brooklyn On Demand!
Make sure to click the link to watch a free video interview with Brooklyn-based director Kirsten Russell where she talks about how her crew basically "stole" the film from Paris...
BY MATTHEW PERLMAN
The Brooklyn Paper
Brooklyn has been in demand for quite some time, but now it is on demand, too.
The founders of a borough-centric film festival have taken to the web with Brooklyn On Demand, an online selection of independent films made by or about Brooklynites, for rent and for sale. The project’s head said he wants to make a central repository for Kings County’s cinematic productions, and to give the filmmakers a way to cash in on their creations.
The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival Launches The First Worldwide Streaming Service Dedicated To The Borough’s Indie Film Scene: Brooklyn On Demand
Brooklyn On Demand (BKOD), a new pay-per-view hub designed to bring Brooklyn-centric films to worldwide audiences, launches on Monday, September 8th. Presented and curated by the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, BKOD showcases some of the best Brooklyn indies on a dedicated channel powered by Vimeo that can be viewed on a TV (via Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire etc), computer or phone. Brooklyn On Demand is the first-ever video on demand platform devoted to Brooklyn’s vibrant independent film scene.