Award-winning independent movie filmed in St. Augustine is streaming live

According to an article in the St. Augustine Record:

D.O.A., an independent film noir filmed in St. Augustine can now be viewed on Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, VUDU, and YouTube.

However, I could not find a FREE version. Amazon and YouTube have a “rent or buy” version. I don’t know about the others. I assume they are the same.

The article continues:

Filmed entirely in America’s oldest city by resident director Kurt St. Thomas, its backdrop includes the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum; The Lightner Museum; The Fountain of Youth; Magnolia Street; The Bridge of Lions; Evergreen Cemetery; and the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park.
The 1950 thriller won a Special Jury Award for Production and a Spirit of Independents Award at its premiere at last year’s Fort Lauderdale Film Festival and sold-out Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium during the St. Augustine Film Festival.
“I broke a lot of rules making D.O.A. and I’m glad I did,” said St. Thomas in a recent press release. “The first was to make a movie and then a film noir. Was it easy? No. It’s never easy to make an independent film on a micro-budget. But St. Augustine was so welcoming and had a beautiful backdrop. We ended up making the city a character. I could have never made this movie in Hollywood.”


Frank Bigelow is a private detective hired to follow the husband of a St. Augustine socialite. It’s a routine assignment until he discovers that he’s been secretly poisoned and has only days to live. With the clock ticking, Bigelow descends into a world of crooks and double-dealers, treacherous women and violent men, slashing through a tangle of conspiracies to figure out who “killed” him and why. Along the way, he must also confront the toxic effects of his isolation. Can he solve the mystery, exact his revenge, and save his soul before time runs out?

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