How to support the indie film & music companies who lost 1000s of DVDs/CDs in Enfield fire
Below are the links to the main websites for each distributor I could find - they should of course also be available thru normal channels (LoveFilm, Amazon, iTunes, etc). Bear in mind if you're ordering DVDs there will probably a good wait for delivery - even better perhaps is if you say in the notes with your order that you are in no rush - and to preferably buy a download/stream.
Update 1 - Brendan Connelly at Bleeding Cool is also building a good list - worth checking as it has direct links to specific titles that can be downloaded/streamed
Update 2 - Network DVD have taken their shop offline and promise it back within a few weeks. I'm not sure if this because of legal requirements to ship within 28 days of order, or if it will cause problems with their system. Either way perhaps a sign that it might be best not to buy DVDs from distributors before they've had a chance to either take off their shop or publish a statement.
Update 3 - Artificial Eye and Human Film also confirmed. The Bleeding Cool list has lots more direct links and other distributors.
Artificial Eye - lost their entire 300-title stock.Dogwoof - distributor of social documentaries lost 50,000 units. dogwoof.com/itunes for iTunes, for DVD club (worth joining), Pop-up Cinema to organise a screening and Dogwoof.tv for streaming
Human Film - producers of Aahlam and Son of Babylon
Kaledoscope - can't currently find a direct link to buy, but they will be on sites like amazon.co.uk
Meanwhile there were over 150 independent record labels using PIAS distribution - including Domino, XL, One Little Indian and Warp whose stock has been destroyed, leaving companies 'devestated'. There's a list here - http://thequietus.com/articles/06729-help-riot-struck-pias-buy-mp3s