As a novel way of financing the film's appearances in other upcoming festivals, Clements is selling copies of the film on DVD through the film's website.
For $14 you can have the plain old no-frills version (DVD in protective card sleeve) or for $20 the DVD comes complete with case and sleeve, signed by the director.
It's a cracking little film and given how rare it is for a short film to receive any kind of commercial DVD release, this is an approach it would nice to see happening more frequently for some of the more well-travelled shorts. I'm clutching my copy of JAMES right now, and I know there are plenty of other shorts I'd be only to happy to buy were they to be made available.
Head on over to the JAMES website and buy a copy now!