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July 8, 2014 — IndiePix Acquires Domestic DVD and Selected Digital Rights to Acclaimed Indie “Satellite”

Posted by: on July 8, 2014 | Comments Off

The Film, Which Premiered At Tribeca and Launched the Careers of Stephanie Szostak and Karl Geary, Will Have a September DVD & IndiePix Digital Release New York, NY (July 08, 2014) — IndiePix Films today announced that it has acquired DVD and specific digital rights to SATELLITE, the feature-length narrative from director Jeff Winner. The [...]

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June 15, 2014 – IndiePix Films acquires all rights to “SHIPS”

Posted by: on June 19, 2014 | Comments Off

June 15, 2014 — IndiePix Films announced that it has acquired all rights to FERAHFEZA, “Ships”, a first feature film from Elif Refig, a much recognized filmmaker from Turkey. The film centers on a young shipyard worker who during the day thinks about the importance of coincidences in life. One such coincidence is his encounter [...]

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Really? Too Many Films? Too Many Filmmakers?

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Posted by: on June 17, 2014 | Comments Off

Among all the problems in the world, “too many films…” is certainly not one of them. Let’s think about this for a moment. Are there too many pieces of music — not just contemporary or pop music in all its many genres, but music? Are there too many books on too many different subjects and [...]

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Fall of an artist

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Posted by: on May 13, 2014 | Comments Off

  HR Giger, the Swiss artist who innovated the lexicon of conceptual design for Hollywood films, has died today. He was 74. The preternatural visions that live on have been germinating, serpentine, for the last 35 years in a cinephiliac collective unconscious.  One can say the artist’s work was an artificial channel for conducting nightmares [...]

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Miss Communication: Jules Suo talks disconnection in “528 New York”

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Posted by: on May 7, 2014 | Comments Off

    Our recent acquisition, “528 New York” (2014) is a short film about a disconnected group of individuals living in the bustling metropolis known as the Big Apple. It is an objective, clinical study of how varying ethnic communities – specifically the Korean, African-American, Causasian and Middle-Eastern groups interact – or fail to communicate [...]

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Ted Hope on Independence

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Posted by: on July 23, 2013 | Comments Off

Ted Hope asks: When did “independent” become a negative word?Ted Hope writes: “I hereby declare my independence”Ted Hope proposes: “a sustainable film culture built on creative and financial independence” But How is that going to happen? Apparently stung by an individual who did not want to be called an “independent filmmaker”, an individual who said [...]

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Screen-Shot-2014-03-10-at-5.03.38-PM Home Work: Filmmaker Yared Zeleke’s Origin Stories »

It takes a certain level of conviction to stay true to one’s roots when balancing the demands of a bustling metropolis. The filmmaker  Yared Zeleke is an Ethiopian storyteller who swims against the current, making films that detail his experiences back home and abroad. His first feature, currently in development, was selected as one of [...]

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Zoomtilt Introducing Zoomtilt & Their Mission in Indie Film »

We’ve made new friends at the independent filmmaker supporting company Zoomtilt, who below share the story that inspired their mission to aid independent filmmakers in a new and unique way: A few years ago, my friends Dan and Jake had a great idea for a script. It was about two brothers who were wildly different [...]

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