March 2 2017
The Daniel Project: Making Global Impact!
Having been featured at the MipCom film & TV festivals in Cannes, France and distributed by Mercury Media International, The Daniel Project has to date been acquired by Sky TV, Fox, National Geographic, History Channel, Religia TV in Poland, Autentic Pay TV in South Africa and Film-On-Demand providers NetFlix, who have acquired for USA, UK and Scandinavian territories and Australian channel, The Age TV.
As of September 2016 International UK distributor Journeyman Pictures and Australasian Distributor Oovvuu have acquired the right for The Daniel Project and the documentary is now available on a wide range of digital platforms such as Amazon Prime TV.
Latest networks for 2017 to be confirmed.
Amazon Prime TV
Film on Demand SD & HD Formats.
Netflix: Viewing Times On-Demand
Hi-Definition - Film-On-Demand 1920 X 1080p streaming – USA/UK/Scandinavian territories at present.
The Age TV: Viewing Times On-Demand
The Age TV has acquired The Daniel Project and airing began in Australia from 1 Mar 2013. Hi-Definition - Film-On-Demand 1920 X 1080p streaming.
Autentic TV: Viewing Times - from 1 Sept 2012
Autentic TV has acquired The Daniel Project and airing began in South Africa from 1 Sept 2012.
Sky TV: Viewing Times - 20 Jan 2012
Sky TV has acquired The Daniel Project and airing began in New Zealand on 20/1/2012.
History Channel: Various Times – Latest August 2012
The History Channel acquired The Daniel Project and airs in Spain, Portugal, Andorra, Gibralta, Angola, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Sto. Tome & Principe, Guinea Bissau. Check papers for latest viewing times.
National Geographic Channel: From April 2011
The Daniel Project has been airing in South America in both Spanish and Portuguese on the NatGeo channel.
Religia TV Channel: Documentary Season
The Polish TV channel, Religia, started its springtime season of international documentaries with The Daniel Project in Polish.
Revelation TV Channel: Live at 9 Show
Revelation TV continues to air a special cut feature on The Daniel Project. This includes a face to face discussion between presenter Jeremy Hitchen and Bible expositor, Jacob Prasch. Studio Scotland's head of production, Deborah Forrest, was interviewed in the studio by presenter Doug Harris on the Live at 9 Show.
The Daniel Project on DVD
The documentary is available in the popular world wide formats PAL & NTSC, if you are unsure of your countries format, do not be concerned as we will send you the correct format to suit the country of delivery. To order your DVD please go to the buy the DVD page.
You can read some of the reviews on this website and on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/thedanielproject.
DVD distribution centres include the Uk, USA / Canada, South Africa and Australia / New Zealand.
The Daniel Project Subtitles
The Daniel Project - con subtitlos en Español:
The Daniel Project - Legendas em Português:
The Daniel Project - English Subtitles:
*Please note that this version is a single NTSC format DVD (Film + Bonus Interview) in a standard cello-wrapped DVD case.
Film Copyright and Public Showings
May we remind you that this documentary is under copyright license and must not be copied under any circumstances. To do so risks prosecution. If you wish to show the DVD to a non paying audience, for a FREE licence please contact us.
Interested organisations who would like to be involved in putting the documentary on at their local cinema should contact Studio Scotland as we can provide a high definition master.
Warning! Beware illegal downloads and copies:
Unfortunately we live in a world where some people feel they can break the law and upload films to unofficial websites and make illegal copies. Please do not download these files as often they are accompanied by a nasty
virus and to do so means you are partaking in theft. Certainly, this dishonest behaviour undermines film production and should be avoided.
Thank you for supporting the documentary film industry as without it, high quality productions are put in jeopardy.
Studio Scotland has recently produced an exciting theatrical film based on The Daniel Project documentary. The company is also involved in the production of new projects in 2017, the demands of which are considerable and your support for The Daniel Project is enabling these new works.
Official Website Reminder:
As The Daniel Project continues to gain in popularity around the world, we would like to remind our visitors to be sure that you have come to the official website and that www.thedanielprojectmovie.com is in your browser window. The Daniel Project documentary is a Studio Scotland Ltd production. www.studioscotland.tv