Should a film aim to bypass festivals and be released directly on Netflix? This is the question the major Swiss daily newspaper 24 Heures asked Jean-Cosme Delaloye, the director of STRAY BULLET. His response was unequivocally yes for his latest film. Since STRAY BULLET was released on Netflix, the feedback has been huge. It is incredible to see on Twitter the amount of people the film touched and how far it has traveled in the U.S. One of the main participants of the film has been invited to give talks to college students. People, who had relatives hurt by stray bullets, reached out to us. It has been an unbelievable experience to witness how wide the audience for this film has been. Some films might be more suited for festivals like Jean-Cosme Delaloye’s previous film - LA PRENDA - had been. But the Netflix release has been absolutely fantastic for STRAY BULLET. If you have not watched the film here, you can do so here.
It was months in the making but here it is! We rae happy to share the new trailer of Stray Bullet, Jean-Cosme Delaloye's new feature documentary about the killing of 12-year-old Genesis Rincon in 2014 in the streets of Paterson, NJ. The film will be realeased in the U.S. soon!
Thanks to our friends at Wheelhouse Creative for their work on this trailer.