moovicart.com is an Online Marketplace (b2b eCommerce platform) for worldwide film makers & film distributors to trade movies for theatrical/cinema distribution using various trading options and an On Demand Theatrical Distribution platform for aspiring distributors
Moovicart.com is a trading name which is registered at 25 Richmond Terrace, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, AB25 2RQ..
Online Marketplace, On Demand Theatrical Distribution, Movie Release, Advertising, Loyalty Platform
An online marketplace (or) online e-commerce marketplace is a type of ecommerce website where products or services information is provided by multiple third parties, whereas transactions are processed by the marketplace operator.
Film Makers/Producers ,Experienced Distributors, Aspiring Distributors, Film Investors, Audience, Movie Promoters, Cinemas, Media Companies
Feature Films and Feature Documentaries for cinema/theatrical distribution.
High quality Documentaries and Short films which are from 15 mins or over can be trade via moovicart.com. These contents will only be for non-theatrical distribution such as TV channels, VOD platforms, Airlines, Film schools, Film clubs, Hotels, Coaches, Trains, oil rigs, etc.
Please refer to “How It works” section but do register with us to get detailed information.
We have three trading/Distribution options for feature films and feature documentaries,
Outright - Fixed Price
Outright – Bidding
These types of content can use Marketing or Release options to display the content to distributors/buyers and sell using moovicart’s offline methods.
We require following documents (certificates)
Producer : Company registration, Censorship, other (as required)
Distributor : Company registration .
We deal with intellectual properties of Producers/Film Makers and we respect proprietary rights & confidentiality of the content owners. We require these to eradicate any fraudulent activity.
For Syndicate Distribution & Release only options presently we operate in USA, UK, Europe and Canada. For Fixed Price, Bidding, Marketing, Non-theatrical options we operate worldwide.
Releasing or Distributing or exhibiting movies in cinemas/theatres
Releasing or Distributing or exhibiting movies in TV channels, Blu-Ray/DVD, VOD platforms, etc..
Distribution of movies in the country it is originally produced or registered
The rights to any production like a movie or music represents the right to use that content for exhibiting it in a particular format in a particular region and for a particular period of time.
Theatrical rights refer to the rights that are received to exhibit films in cinema/theatres
Non-Theatrical rights refer to the rights that are received to exhibit films in TV channels, VOD platforms, Airlines, Film schools, Film clubs, Hotels, Coaches, Trains, oil rigs etc
A license or licence is an official permission or permit to exploit or distribute movies in various modes.
The lease is a contract whereby producer grants the right to use a particular movie for a set period of time to the distributor, which will pay for the transfer of the right to use a fixed amount regularly.
These are expenses incurred to distribute films in cinemas such as VPF, Censorship, KDM, Marketing, Prints and advertising, Duplication, Delivery, other related costs.
Movie marketing is also known as movie advertising and movie promotion. These are in several different media platforms, including movie trailers in cinemas, newspapers, magazines, television, radio, online/internet, billboards and others.
A motion picture rating system/censorship is designated to classify films with regard to suitability for audiences in terms of issues such as sex, violence, substance abuse, profanity, impudence or other types of mature content.
Certificate provided by censor boards for motion pictures/movies in a particular country.
Organisations which certifies Motion picture content or age rating
MPAA: The Motion Picture Association of America (USA)
BBFC: The British Board of Film Classification (UK)
CBFC: The Central Board of Film Certification (India)
A Digital Cinema Package (DCP) is a collection of digital files used to store and convey digital cinema (DC) audio, image, and data streams. The term has been defined by Digital Cinema Initiatives, LLC in their recommendations for packaging of DC contents.
Digital Cinema Initiatives is a joint venture of major motion picture studios, formed to establish a standard architecture for digital cinema systems. The primary purpose of DCI is to establish and document specifications for an open architecture for digital cinema that ensures a uniform and high level of technical performance, reliability and quality.
A Virtual Print Fee (VPF) is a financing mechanism for funding the purchase of digital cinema equipment. It is structured to cover the costs of converting to digital projection equipment through a fee that distributors pay for each booking over a set period of time.
KDM is an acronym for Key Delivery Message. A KDM is a special electronic key that contains a code which "unlocks" an encrypted film. Encryption is a security measure used to prevent films from being stolen and duplicated.
Box Office Returns or Commercial Returns means the revenues or total box office revenue received from the ticket sales for the film screenings.
Box Office Returns Report means standard report to be completed by Exhibitor/Cinema after the completion of all booked commercial screenings of a Film containing, without limitation, details of audience numbers, box office revenue and dates of screenings. We use a third party company to generate these reports.
A minimum guarantee is an initial payment that is paid to the producer by the distributor irrespective of how the film performs.
Distributors pay the producer a price for the right to distribute a film for a certain amount of time. All expenses incurred for the distribution of the film as well as income earned are solely to the distributors
Debit/Credit cards using third party (PayPal) payment gateway.
Bank Transfer in case of large bookings and balance payments
A payment gateway is an ecommerce service that processes credit card payments for online and traditional brick and mortar stores. Payment gateways facilitate these transactions by transferring key information between payment portals such as web-enabled mobile devices/websites and the front end processor/bank.
Contact us for the content at firstname.lastname@example.org we will happy to help you.
Yes, if you have a movie rights for a particular country, register as a producer and sell your content for that particular location/country only.
You as a registered audience get benefit for promoting the movies by rating, liking, sharing the movie details and collecting the loyalty points which are converted into gift cards or cash.
Register as Audience, login with user id and password, select the movie of your choice, review movie details and if interested start rating, like and sharing the details. collect loyalty points