NEW YORK (AP) — A free online movie is being released by an indie film production company to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Sassy Girl movie, which spawned several sequels and spawned a series of TV series.
The film’s producers say the film is part of a new trend in the film industry: people are taking advantage of the Internet to create, distribute and share their work online.
They are encouraging people to share the film on social media and even on a website, such as The New York Times.
The film, which has an online trailer, has been viewed more than 1 million times and more than 3.2 million times on YouTube.
It has been watched more than 400 million times in the U.S. alone.
The movie, titled “Sassy Boy,” is available in more than 150 countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom.
The website The New Yorker, which published the trailer, said the trailer was posted Thursday on the website for The New Republic, the newspaper’s parent company.
New Yorker editor Joe Esposito called the trailer “one of the most creative, touching, and moving works of art to come out of the Web.”
He said it will be released online in a few weeks.