Wanted to pass along a message and encourage everyone to watch “Children of Invention,” a film featured in the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, and it’s now free for everyone to watch on Hulu for the next 2 months. Check it out!


Hi everyone,

How are ya?  It’s been a while! 

We wanted to let you know that CHILDREN OF INVENTION is now streaming FREE on Hulu for the next 2 months!  Watch it now, and please spread the word by sharing this link: http://bit.ly/if4XIi 

If you live in the New York City tri-state area, you can also catch the film FREE on Channel 13, the local PBS station starting tonight! Air times are: 

Sat, Jan 22, 10:40pm 

Sun, Jan 23, 2:00am 

Wed, Jan 26, 1:00am 

We’re also screening at the Cornell Cinema in Ithaca, NY on February 9th, and will have a few more have university screenings and Q&As this year, and we’re gonna be back on cable VOD soon–so check our screenings page from time to time. 

And please encourage your local public, university, and school libraries to purchase the educational/library edition of our DVD for their collections. Over 300 libraries already carry the film, and it has been taught in university courses about poverty, immigration, film, women’s studies, Asian American studies, and child psychology. 

To get the full CHILDREN OF INVENTION experience–including 6 deleted scenes, 2 commentary tracks, audition tapes, and cast interviews–buy our Deluxe DVD at Amazon, B&N, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, or a retailer near you.  Or better yet, buy it directly from us in our online store

Canadians, Brits, and others–we’ll be coming to you guys soon too, so stay tuned. 

Thank you all for your continued support on this long hybrid distribution journey that started 2 Sundance Film Festivals ago.  If it weren’t for your help, we would never have made it this far. 

The next time we write, we hope it’ll be about one of our new films (we’re working on a few projects together that we hope to shoot this year). But for now, please enjoy our very first: CHILDREN OF INVENTION on Hulu

Sincerely yours,