This is an effort to move towards a more user generated (and funded, don't be stingy! I'll be donating for pioneer one as soon as I have the money) society (and just as the internet moves towards heavy corporate control with the net neutrality problems)
They have submitted movies, as well as projects bing run through them, including pioneer one, which I think is brilliant: it took a kind of silly premise and did a WONDERFUL job so far, beats the hell out of law and order or whatever. I have watched them all, and some are better and some are worse, but I enjoyed all of them, well worth the however much you want to pay:
Pioneer one- http://vodo.net/pioneerone
This looks really cool too, it's based on a brave new world type of situation, I haven't watched any yet but just started both torrents:
Don't forget to check out their movies, there's a bunch, of all lengths. Some look like utter crap, and some look great-users like you are the ones who decide though!
You will need bittorrent or a compatible client to download these-it's totally legal and free, so long as you only download creative commons, GNU, or similarly licensed software or media. I'm using transmission, because it came with my linux distro, but there's a host of clients. The wikipedia article explains it, and has links to the original and third party clients- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BitTorrent_%28protocol%29
It's better to be a pirate than join the navy. Or at least, it's more fun and cheaper to sail on a pirate ship, and stop and trade in a friendly manner with creative commons ports
So, download, enjoy, and don't forget that if you like it you can donate to help these guys out, and don't forget to leave your bit torrent client running when you're on your computer, with the torrents still in it, to seed to other users, bit torrent means that everybody downloads and shares from everybody else. You can open the client when you start your computer and leave it running to share, and most(all?) clients will have an option allowing you to throttle how much they're uploading, so that you can dribble a few k per second all the time, and help a lot but do it slowly so that it doesn't slow your internet down in a way that hurts your browsing habits. (some of you with nice internet can make that a few MEGS per second