With the advent of torrent-sharing websites, films became readily available to anyone in the Internet. Yet, many of the files shared online are almost always synonymous to piracy. This is simply off-putting to movie buffs who believe that artists should reap maximum profit from their works. Viddsee, an online video service company, solves this dilemma. It offers a guilt-free movie experience as it allows its users to watch short films made available in public domain. Directors and production staff submit their works in the website. This Singapore-based company currently curates films from Asia but we don’t know yet, they might expand to Europe and America in the near future.
As a start, we give you five of their Philippine-made shorts that might interest you. We are providing a link of each video. But if you wish to view more works from other countries, we suggest visiting their website and tell us submissions that we might have missed.