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Did you make an amazing independent film or show but still need an audience?  Not sure if there are elements your project could improve on?  We have you covered.  Stream Now accepts a limited number of projects submitted directly from filmmakers.  By submitting today, your project will be reviewed by an accomplished filmmaker and receive critical feedback on the project.  If the project blows us away, it will be featured on our site, iOS app and Roku TV channel for smart TVs/devices. Please read this entire page and submit below.  

*Disclaimer:  Most projects will not be accepted.


Filmmaker Review Team

Michael Campo



A writer, director, film maker, and creative strategist, Michael Campo has worked on a variety of productions from shorts, and advertising campaigns, to commercials, and feature length films.

To name a few, Campo's works include the award winning documentary The Human Experience, Child 31, and most recently 2015 SXSW audience choice award winner, A Brave Heart - The Lizzie Velasquez Story.

Married and a father of three, he's currently working on a variety of new projects including a dramatic series, and an animated children's program.

Michael has traveled to over twenty-five countries as a public speaker and besides his work, loves sailing, the beach, and a good bourbon.

Find more on Campo at his website  

Eric Vale



Eric Vale is an American actor, ADR director, script writer, and head writer at Funimation, who provided voices for a number of English versions of Japanese anime series and video games.  In addition to acting, Vale has written and produced several of his own films.  Most recently he produced and wrote the thriller Chariot.  

Vale is also known for voicing the adult variations of Trunks in Dragon Ball series, Yuki Sohma in Fruits Basket, America and Canada in the Hetalia series and Kanta in Desert Punk. Vale also has a major role in the Funimation dub of One Piece as Sanji.


Chris Sergi
Industry Expert


For the last decade, Chris Sergi has served as a Development Executive and Independent Producer. In 2007, he collaborated with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith’s company, Overbrook Entertainment, on the Internet digisodes for the feature film, I Am Legend. He also produced the re- shoots for Jada Pinkett-Smith’s writing and directorial debut, The Human Contract. Immediately after, he began development and production on the directorial debut of Rockmond Dunbar, Pastor Brown, starring Michael B. Jordan and Salli Richardson-Whitfield. The film premiered in the #1 position for cable movies with 2.2 million viewers.
Since then, Sergi, has continually produced independent films, like the micro budget, Scrapper which topped the VOD charts when released, as well as a critically acclaimed segment in the hit horror-anthology series, The ABC’s Of Death. Recently, he helped Brian Graden (Former President of MTV) launch his boutique production company with shows like the Emmy Award Winning series HitRecord on PIVOT starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which is currently in its second season. He spent the last few years as Director of Development for Morningstar Entertainment where he developed on series for TLC, Destination America, Travel and Logo and created the series, Monster In My Family, which was sold to the revamped LMN Cable Network and premiered in the Fall of 2015. He also returned to his favorite genre to co-produce the independent feature, Vows in the Spring of 2015.

Currently, he is producing a sports documentary starring retired NFL player, Baron Batch, which is being directed by Rashard Mendenhall (Pittsburgh Steelers, HBO’s Ballers)

Ron Valderrama


Founder and CEO of Stream Now TV, Inc.

What will get your project approved:

  • Above average cinematography.
  • Great sound.
  • Writing matters, hook viewers fast.
  • Acting should captivate.
  • Avg. episode length 10+ minutes.
  • Film length 25+ minutes 


*Disclaimer:  Most projects will not be accepted.

What will get your project rejected:

  • Nudity or sex scenes.
  • We don't accept horror submissions.  
  • Poor production value.
  • Shows/Films too short.


*Disclaimer:  Most projects will not be accepted.