Stream: Drowned Out


Pay here to watch Drowned Out right away in your browser. Choose your language and price (based on whether you're rich or poor) below, pay by credit card (via paypal) and then, once your payment has been accepted, you will be emailed a screening link which is valid for 24 hours. Meaning you'll be able to watch the film as many times as you like within one day (the world record is 8 times - set by Director Franny when she was finalising the audio at the post-production studio - though attempting to beat this record is not advisable for your mental wellbeing).

NB. This service is for home use only. If you intend to screen the film in public - including in schools/businesses - please go to the Indie Screenings website to buy a license.

Tech specs

  • Compression: Flash video
  • Bit rate: 1377Kb/s
  • File size: 890MB


Thanks so much for your honesty in deciding to pay to watch our film - we really appreciate it.

Before we take your cash off you, please confirm that you agree to these terms:

  1. There is no technical (or emotional) support for users of this system. Once you've paid your cash, we email you a link to the file, with some basic instructions and then you're on your own. If you can't make it work, there's no comeback - and no money back - as we can't afford to employ people to sit in front of screens waiting to answer questions (if we did, we'd have to charge much more for the films). Having said that, of course the system does work and has been thoroughly tested on different set-ups and more than 1,400 people have now used it successfully.

  2. Obviously the film - and its copyright - still belongs to us. You can make one DVD for your own use, but can't run off loads of copies or distribute it on the internet or sell it on street corners.

  3. If you'd like to screen the film in public, you can use the file you download/stream here, but you need to buy a license from

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Please choose whichever option you feel best describes your personal circumstances
Rich people = Don't think before buying new shoes
Poor people = Unemployed, students, OAPs, working three shit jobs and can still barely support family
Rich countries = Annex I and II countries
Poor countries = Everyone else