'Absence' Is Now Playing On VOD On Select Cable Operators

'Absence' VOD premiere!

Our feature film Absence, starring Margaret Laney, Eron Otcasek and Stuart Durdin, received VOD (video on demand) distibution earlier this year with Gravitas Ventures.  As a result, it had its premiere on North American TVs (On Demand, that is) on February 6th and will be playing until May 6th.  If it does well enough, it will be renewed for another cycle and may even 'graduate' to larger operaters such as Comcast, Time Warner and Optimum Cable.  

For now, if you have any of the below cable operators, there's a chance if you switch on your TV right now, navigate to the On Demand section and select New Releases, you'll see 'Absence' at the top of the list.  If so, please let us know.  We'd love to hear from you.  And better yet, if you like the film, go rate it on its IMDB page.

Here are the operates in North America showing 'Absence:'

Charter
Verizon FiOS
AT&T U-Verse
Rogers (Canada)
Mediacom
Insight
Suddenlink
RCN
Cogeco (Canada)
DISH (VOD)
Buckeye
Armstrong
Bend Broadband
Bresnan
Blue Ridge
Frontier
Wave
Cameron Communications
Cincinnati Bell
CL Tel
Click
Community Television
EPB of Chattanooga
Guadalupe Valley
Hotwire
HTC Conway
Morristown
Massillon
NuLink
OneSource
San Bruno Municipal Cable
Service Electric (Wilkes-Barre)
Service Electric (Beth)
Volcano Vision
Wilson

This list may seem general.  We apologize for that.  It's all we were given.  If we can find out more specific info, we'll definitely provide it.  We do know that it accounts for about 10 to 14 million subscribers, so someone out there must be seeing the film.
 
If you subscribe to any of those above operators, try and see if you can find the film.  And if so, let us know by commenting here.  Thanks!

Comments

Kelvin Pugh's picture

When will we be able to see Absence in the United Kingdom

Ever since I first heard of this movie have been hoping to see it in the UK any news on when it may fenture across the pond to the UK?

Thanks

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