Independent movie-maker Dennis Lynch has created a new business model that gets his documentary movies out to his audiences — also makes enough money to fund his next project.
The public is buying because he’s making documentaries that Americans want to see, selling them via mail, and using each sale to distribute extra free DVDs so the buyers act as viral distributors.
Americans want to his movies because they know that “when you give amnesty to 20, 30 million people, it will fundamentally change this country,” he told The Daily Caller.
His prior movies, “They Come to America,” and “They Come to America II,” focused on illegal immigration over the southern border.
The movies include jarring segments about the impact of illegal immigration on Americans’ ability to earn a decent living, about security gaps along the border, and immigrants’ attitudes towards the United States.
The next movie is about the diverse efforts by Americans to protest President Barack Obama’s policies.
Lynch’s distribution process bypasses the traditional distribution mechanism for movies — expensive cinemas, hostile theater reviewers, the progressive promoters who run movie festivals, movie critics, and the star-struck hosts on the evening TV shows. He says he’s shipped more than 240,000 DVDs so far.
Each purchase comes with extra copies of the DVD, which his buyers pass on to their friends, neighbors, co-workers and local political leaders, he said.
Lynch says this is a viable strategy, and also a necessary one, because the progressives who dominate the entertainment industry are deeply committed to increased diversity, no matter the cost to their fellow Americans.