Which film is the most important movie of all time?
Free screen recorder recordings of the iconic films of Peter Jackson, Stanley Kubrick and Robert Altman are proving to be as influential as ever.
In an effort to promote their new film, The Lad, the trio have launched a free online service to stream free screen recordings.
The Lad, which was released in 2016, has a total of 20 screen recordings, which are being used to help promote the film and its director.
The first batch of screen recordings were released on Monday, and the next batch will be released on January 21.
The Lad director David Mackenzie said that while he was thrilled to have the film available for free, it was a big deal to release the recordings online.
“I think it’s a really special thing, it’s kind of like being able to share the screen with the greatest directors, and I think that that’s going to help people in a lot of different ways,” he said.
“It’s the perfect opportunity to show off the film, it gives a lot to people that haven’t seen it before and it’s also a really cool experience to watch a film that you don’t have any screen experience with.”
A lot of people are going to get it and they’re going to go back to it, and hopefully that’s what we’re going for with this service.
“There’s some people who are going back to The Lad for a few weeks, some people might want to binge watch it for a couple of days, but I think for most people it’s going do the same thing that it did when they first saw it, which is get you really excited about it.”
The Lad was released as a feature film on September 6, 2017 and is available for streaming on the Lad website.
Watch a trailer for The Lad below: