The Impact Factor Lands Key Distribution Partner, Featured in Cannes.
Clear Impact Films has partnered with Indie Rights, an internationally known film distribution company to globally distribute its latest film project, The Impact Factor.
Indie Rights CEO, Linda Nelson said, “Indie Rights is excited to release this touching and poignant film about life’s consequences. It will be featured in Cannes in May.”
Inspired by a true story, The Impact Factor shows the connections and relationships between a diverse cast of characters who live and work within five miles of Philadelphia City Hall.
The film tells a story of power and the yearning to be significant as seen through the eyes of the city’s political elite and a young girl living in the despair of the Badlands in the most violent and crime-ridden neighborhood in the city.
If you remember the movie “Crash” you will get a sense of how the city of Philadelphia becomes a character in the movie as the story travels from the halls of the Mayor’s office to the hopelessness of the Badlands.
Writer, Director, and Producer, Ken McArthur says, “It’s a story of how small actions change the world. This is a movie about seeing no options to be significant when the truth is we all have an impact on thousands of people whether we want to or not just by existing.”
The partnership with Indie Rights gives The Impact Factor a clear path to be seen by a global audience on major streaming platforms
Indie Rights distributes globally to on-demand platforms such as Amazon Video, IMDB, Tubi, Google Play, Hulu. and iTunes. Indie Rights now has a diverse catalog of more than 1,200 films and exhibits annually at Cannes and AFM. The company enjoys direct relationships with all major streaming platforms.
Indie Rights became part of the Independent Online Distribution Alliance in 2008 and is a member of the Independent Film & Television Alliance, which presents the American Film Market each year in November.