Documentry Film Site

January 23, 2010 - 1 Comment

by Jim Barnes

I received this email from Liz Cook regarding an internet site which allows viewers
to watch documentary films for free. I checked it out and it looks fascinating. There
may be something there that interests you:


Hope this email finds you well.  As you can see from my email, I work for SnagFilms, an
online library of free documentaries for anyone to watch and share on their own sites
with their readers. We are about a year and a half old now and have expanded our library
to 1000 so far. One of the films I have come across recently is the film,
"Darkon." The film follows warrior knights, role-playing gamers whose
live action battlegroundis modern-day Baltimore, Maryland, re-imagined as a
make-believe medieval world named Darkon. These live action gamers combine the physical
drama of historical re-enactments with character-driven storylines.

It has done very well on our site and I wondered if you think your readers would be
interested in this film as well.  Again, it is free to watch and embed on sites. Thanks
very much for your time in advance, I really look forward to hearing your thoughts.

http://www.snagfilms.com

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