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

Posted on Thursday, June 19th, 2014 by

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?

Posted on Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 by

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 [...]

Sarasota’s 36 Hour Giving Challenge

Posted on Monday, March 4th, 2013 by

The 36 Hour Giving Challenge helps you support the Sarasota Film Festival through non-profit organizations.  Taking place March 5th to March 6th (7:00 AM – 7:00 PM), any and all donations to this landmark festival will aid in its continued showcase high-quality, topical and entertaining independent films.   A statement of the 36 Hour Giving [...]

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Orange County indie opens in Middletown

Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2012 by

According to MidHudsonNews.com, Collar, a full-length independent feature film produced by Willy-Gilly Productions of Goshen will have its world premiere at the Paramount Theater in Middletown on August 4. Production company president Nan Gill-Wilson and her husband David Patrick Wilson hope the movie will shine a spotlight on what they call “Hollywood on the Hudson!” [...]

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Get “Jody’s Bra” from the Campground to the Screen!

Posted on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 by

Indie fans and industry experts know that the industry is only helped more and more by the emergence of new and interesting ideas including different ideas in funding, development, and distribution. Take a moment to look into Jody’s Bra, a USC thesis film shot entirely at a summer camp! A little more about the film, [...]

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2012 BIFA Date Announced!

Posted on Friday, February 17th, 2012 by

With the Awards season well underway The Moët British Independent Film Awards announced today that this year’s awards will be held on Sunday 9th December 2012. For the third year, the Awards will be sponsored by partner Moët & Chandon. Tessa Collinson & Johanna von Fischer, Joint Directors The Moët British Independent Film Awards commented: “With [...]

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Huffington Post: Getting Ready for Sundance

Posted on Wednesday, January 18th, 2012 by

Film critic and journalist Marshall Fine writes about movies at the website Hollywood & Fine (www.hollywoodandfine.com). He serves as freelance film/TV critic for Star magazine. The Huffington Post takes a great look at the daunting task of Sundance in this piece by Marshall Fine, as the grand festival is creeping up on us all. Continuing [...]

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Festival Genius: Miami International Lineup Announced!

Posted on Wednesday, January 18th, 2012 by

The Miami International Film Festival is a month or so off but there’s no reason to not be pumped for all the cinematic action coming your way! With scheduling by Festival Genius, MIFF has released its full film lineup today along with the ability to sign up for pre and post festival parties/events! Visit the [...]

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Huffington Post: Piracy Profiteers: Time to Walk the Plank

Posted on Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 by

In 1985, I began a company that distributed films through a simple mail-order catalog. My vision was more than simply fulfilling orders; I wanted to connect the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi and trans) community to meaningful images through film. I hoped that experiencing these films would foster a sense of pride and understanding in and [...]

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Filmmaker Magazine: KickStarter: Sara Nodjoumi And Till Schauder’s “The Iran Job”

Posted on Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 by

The Kickstarter campaign for Iranian basketball documentary The Iran Job ends next Monday, but the project has already passed its ambitious $50,000 goal. In production for several years, The Iran Job (which is fiscally sponsored by IFP) is seeking finishing funds to prepare for a 2012 release. The documentary follows Kevin Sheppard, an American basketball [...]

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