SnagFilms is a website that offers advertising-supported documentary and Independent films. Films are streamed on the website, which contains a library of over 5,000 films. Filmmakers can submit documentaries for consideration as well. The site includes documentary films produced by National Geographic and titles such as Super Size Me, The Good Son: The Life of Ray Boom Boom Mancini, Kicking It and Nanking. SnagFilms was launched in July 2008 by Internet pioneer Ted Leonsis. Venture capitalist Miles Gilburne and Revolution LLC chairman Steve Case are also investors in the start-up. While at AOL Leonsis founded True Stories, an online source for documentaries. That website would become the inspiration for SnagFilms. SnagFilms also owns Indiewire, an online publication covering the independent film industry and comedy website Thundershorts, which The New York Times called "a discriminating boutique."