Joshua Faudem’s documentary on the bombing of Mike’s Place, “Blues by the Beach,” is coming out at the end of the month. It’s being released exclusively online, not in theaters or on DVD. Here’s the trailer.
Click here to purchase the full film.
Here’s a press release:
BLUES BY THE BEACH ONLINE PREMIERE
Blues by the Beach officially debuts on the fifth anniversary of the Mike’s Place terror attack in Tel Aviv, Israel. On April 30, 2003 an American producer and his film crew were in the midst of a lighthearted documentary about the popular music bar when two British Nationals participated in a suicide bombing. The film captures the unprecedented before, during and after; footage from this film aired around the world.
This award winning documentary is now available to everyone online through a new video streaming technology from VIVIDAS. There are no downloads and no installation of programs. Within seconds Blues by the Beach is ready for viewing. This innovative technology takes up no computer memory and lets users watch video in a vibrant full-screen mode and connect their laptop to TV.
Blues by the Beach is not distributed on DVD or broadcast on television. The film is playing exclusively at www.bluesbythebeachfilm.com. Pay Per Views are $4.99 each and entitle viewers to three screenings for one month – and any of these three screenings may then be e-mailed to friends and family.
You are invited to preview the free trailer and purchase Pay Per Views at the film’s Official Website and Online Cinema www.bluesbythebeachfilm.com. Experience this new video streaming technology and delivery system from VIVIDAS and see Blues by the Beach. As Pulitzer Prize winning dramatist and filmmaker David Mamet writes: ‘This is a very, very important film.’