The Sundance Institute announced on Wednesday (18) the addition of 10 independent films to its online digital platforms through its Artist Services initiative.

The distribution programme launched in February to provide filmmakers with the tools to self-distribute, market and finance their work. Titles are available immediately for rental, download and streaming.

The films are: Paul Zeher’s Blessing; Rodney Evans’ Brother To Brother; Edet Belzberg’s Children Underground; Michael Nash’s Climate Refugees; David Sampliner and Tim Nackashi’s Dirty Work; Henry Corra’s The Disappearance Of McKinley Nolan; Rob Lemkin and Thet Sambath’s Enemies Of The People; Lisanne Pajot and James Swirsky’s Indie Game; Meng Ong’s Miss Wonton; and Matthew Lessner’s The Woods.