Quick Look: MiniFlyx, according to their Facebook page, "serves as an additional avenue for inspiring short filmmakers to shocase (sic) thier (sic) talent." If you're able to read anything on their horribly-formatted website, you'll find that MiniFlyx will accept videos from filmmakers in exchange for allowing MiniFlyx to broadcast those videos. Hmmm, sounds like YouTube. Actually, we checked a half-dozen of the titles on the MiniFlyx TV channel and they have all been available on YouTube for quite some time - nearly four years in one case.
On the MiniFlyx TV Roku channel, you'll find several short films in the following categories:
- Apocalyptic Film
Some videos appear in multiple categories. Example titles on this channel include "Year Six (Post Apocalyptic)," which was filmed in 2011 by high school seniors and, according to the video description, is missing 1/3 of the film, and "The iMom by Ariel Martin," about "a humanoid robot who transforms the way parents raise their kids."
One of the videos available on this channel can be seen through YouTube below.
-- Information is current as of September 7, 2018
Developer's Channel Description: MiniFlyx will selectively accept and publish content from inspiring filmmakers in exchange, provide additional exposure in promoting their talent.
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Movies & TV