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Filmmaker Alvin Case picks Top 3 Favorite Films

Posted on Friday, April 29th, 2016 by

We asked The Whirlpool director Alvin Case to name three of his favorite films on Indiepix Unlimited and tell us why. Sign up for a free trial to get in on the story.     You are here   One of my favorite films released in the last three years. I had wanted to see [...]

Celebrate Mother’s Day with these 6 winning films ON DEMAND

Posted on Thursday, April 28th, 2016 by

  Here’s a couple of things you’d learn about mothers from watching the following films: They never stop working. They will fight – if necessary. And sometimes, they make mistakes. A slow-moving drama about a young girl who receives letters from her mom in Israel while she faces a collapsing economy in contemporary Romania; a [...]

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The Sports Collection

Posted on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016 by

The 2016 baseball season is underway, and if baseball diamonds aren’t your thing, check out these indie gems featuring everything from professional wrestling to womens roller derby. We’re SURE you’ll find something you’ll like HERE.

Earth Day Collection

Posted on Tuesday, April 12th, 2016 by

A filmmaker comforts her Colombian grandmother as they examine the wreckage of her home in Waveland, Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. A member of the National Guard returns from Iraq and sees in New Orleans’ devastation a new mission. a story is set against the background of spectacular post-apocalyptic Ethiopian landscapes. A marine biologist embarks on a  quest to [...]

Kami Chisholm’s The Well: Porn, Class and Gender Inequities

Posted on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 by

  Usually, queer films depicting graphic or naturalistic sex scenes require a conversation that makes the shooting of the film safe. Activist-filmmaker Kami Chisholm, director of THE WELL, doesn’t feel a need to do that. Doing so could undermine the ideological intent behind the film in the first place. For example, there’s no need to go [...]


Posted on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 by

From devastatingly postmodern slasher MARION to the engagic dynamism of documentary PULLING JOHN, the following films have all had the distinction of playing  the SXSW film festival, which happens every March. Established in 1994 to draw an audience of cinephiles as well as music lovers to Austin, TX, the festival has gone on to establish [...]

Celebrating Women in Film

Posted on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016 by

    Each one of these films is an example of a shining achievement by women and their contributions to film. Whether it’s behind the scenes or in front of the camera, women take center stage. THE WELL is a 14-minute short about an encounter between two lovers. It pushes the boundaries of narrative filmmaking [...]

Sightseeing: The Dichotomies of and Gender and Perception in Linda Niccol’s The Handkerchief + Dangerous Ride

Posted on Monday, February 15th, 2016 by

The films of Linda Niccol play with our expectations of traditional gender roles. In both the short films Dangerous Ride and The Handkerchief, male-female protagonists engage in a dance of shifting perceptions and trust. In The Handkerchief, a young blind man (Krampus‘ Luke Hawker ) meets a passerby and an unexpected relationship evolves. In Dangerous [...]

Doomed Romance Cinema: Director Alvin Case on THE WHIRLPOOL

Posted on Friday, February 12th, 2016 by

The Whirlpool premiered at International Film Festival Rotterdam in the Bright Future category, which “presents adventurous new work by novice makers”. Basically, premiering under the Bright Future section is an excellent way to make a splash. Chances are your work is uncompromising, difficult to embrace in one sitting, and leaves you with more questions than [...]

Black History Month/African Diaspora

Posted on Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 by

The experience of blackness in America is distinct from that of the African diaspora. During Black History Month, it’s a subject that’s rarely discussed. There are historical matters to take into account that require shedding light on, that are specific to the black experience in the United States. We would like to include a selection [...]


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