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Fight For Change: Zenne Dancer

Posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 by

The LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bi-Sexual Transgender) movement has faced difficult challenges wherever it springs up, the ideals of persons in their personal lives overlapping into how they sway legislature. With the varying level of tolerance across the world a full gambit it is hard to consider where it is the worst or the best for [...]

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Sexting in Suburbia: This Weekend!

Posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 by

Talent abounds in Worcester, MA where the intense drama Sexting in Suburbia was shot and almost completely cast. The film, directed by John Stimpson and debuting on Lifetime Network this weekend, has the community budding with the new found discovery of talent right in the backyard of this great locale. Liz Vassey (from CSI) stars [...]

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A Worldwide Indie Lens

Posted on Thursday, January 12th, 2012 by

Every year new thoughts and experiments are performed in the world of independent filmmaking that show just how necessary it is to have a separation from big budget films which work to satisfy the one note of profit at the expense of a sonata of deep, intellectual product. Kimi Takesue, a documentary filmmaker with credits [...]

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Iran’s House of Cinema Threatened

Posted on Friday, January 6th, 2012 by

Some time ago, our Marketing Manager Paige wrote a piece on the disheartening imprisonment of Iranian filmmakers simply for their use of self expression. While tragic, their sentences were not carried out and the film world felt a sense of accomplishment that justice had somehow found its way through strife. You can read the full [...]

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Top 10 Selected: Visual Effects Academy Award

Posted on Thursday, January 5th, 2012 by

The Visual Effects field is narrowing for the 84th Academy Awards®, and the plight for indie sensation The Tree of Life seems daunting against the super studio charged behemoths standing against it. Still, though, the Fox Searchlight film remains one of the best films of 2011 in most critical minds and could persevere despite stiff [...]

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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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Movieline: Why Pay to Watch Indie Films? Let Innkeepers Director Ti West Explain

Posted on Thursday, December 29th, 2011 by

Some of you may be tempted to BitTorrent the latest new releases this week (Were you one of those Fast Five pirates? Admit it, rascal!), but let indie filmmaker Ti West bend your ear with a personal plea as his latest film, the spooky ghost tale The Innkeepers, hits VOD on Friday (December 30). “It’s [...]

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Mashable: Edward Burns and the Socialization of Indie Cinema

Posted on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011 by

Christina Warren is a writer, speaker, podcaster and video host. Christina is Mashable’s entertainment editor, where she oversees the site’s coverage of television, film, music and social games and the intersection between new media and technology. “Twitter has fundamentally changed the way I make films,” film director, actor, writer and producer Edward Burns told me. [...]

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PFCS Strikes First

Posted on Tuesday, December 27th, 2011 by

The PFCS is a collection of film critics based in Phoenix, AZ. Last year the PFCS was the only critics group to name “The King’s Speech” as Best Picture correctly predicting the Academy Awards.

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2012 Film Independent Spirit Award Nominees

Posted on Wednesday, December 21st, 2011 by

The Independent Spirit Awards has released its list of nominees, including films that have been recognized the nation and world over for their feats in production success.

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