" Ekanayake shot the film entirely on digital video using an XL1S camera and also a VX2000. The entire project cost him about $10K and took about 2.5 years from start-to-finish; Ekanayake financed the film himself from his paychecks and investments from a few friends and family. He's also distributing the film himself -- the film has so far shown in Seattle, NYC and Washington DC (where Ekanayake is based)."
Read the rest of the excellent article here. At its end Voynar wants to hear from filmmakers about the future of indie film distribution.
Thanks again for the coverage Kim Voynar/Cinematical!