Vestal grad starts film streaming service in Brooklyn

K.C. McLeod, a 2004 Vestal High School graduate, is running Vyer Films, a Brooklyn-based film curation and streaming service he launched in 2011. Vyer, unlike other mainstream streaming options, focuses on what McLeod describes as the underseen films from the festival circuit. Examples include 2009 Finnish drama “Letters to Father Jacob,” the 2013 film “Soft in the Head,” from Brooklyn director Nathan Silver and 2011 Danish prison drama “R,” which New York Times film critic Stephen Holden called “very well made and persuasively acted.” […] For $15 a month, subscribers can stream that month’s four films. For $20 a month, subscribers get access to new releases each month along with Vyer’s entire catalog. For those who want a long-term subscription, they can pay $99 in advance for six months of service, saving $21 over a month-by-month option. – Jon Harris,pressconnects.com / Press & Sun-Bulletin¬†¬†
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