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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 [...]


Liberating states: Utopia and Temporary Autonomous Zones

Posted on Monday, December 15th, 2014 by

  In the new film Bonobo, Judith (Tessa Peake-Jones), a straitlaced, middle-aged widow tries to reconnect with her estranged daughter Lily (Eleanor Wyld), who has fled to a libertarian commune in the English countryside. The commune’s policies are modeled after the polyamorous primate of the film’s title: all members of Bonobo must resolve conflict through sex or [...]

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Marion Barry’s Nine Political Lives Hung on Two Points

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Posted on Monday, December 8th, 2014 by
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Expressions in Mariposa: A Conversation with Hamideh Moeinfar

Posted on Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 by

A tense, revealing conversation is given visually distinctive flair with inspired use of animation in the short documentary Mariposa, directed by Hamideh Moeinfar. Annika, covered head to toe in traditional Islamic garb, and Mathilda, a Swedish fashion model with once-overpowering body issues, get together to discuss their ideas on how women should be allowed to express themselves. [...]


Grand Theft Auto Developer Produced This Arm Wrestling Doc

Pulling John - T. Bagent
Posted on Monday, June 9th, 2014 by

The best documentaries usually take a while to produce. It took four years and lots of international travel to make “Pulling John,” and all of that work shows up on the screen. At a lean 72 minutes, every frame of this film delivers either key character development or is part of a tension build for [...]


“Searching For Sugar Man” Screens at Cannes in Memory of Director

Posted on Monday, May 19th, 2014 by

The Cannes Film Festival, which opened this week, will include a special screening of the Oscar-winning documentary “Searching for Sugar Man” in memory of its late director, Malik Bendjelloul. Bendjelloul, 36, committed suicide and was found dead in his Stockholm apartment on Tuesday. His brother, Johar Bendjelloul, confirmed the manner of death and told the [...]


Why We Included “Lives of Others”

Posted on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013 by

The Lives Of Others is a film about uncontrolled spying by a government on its citizens with the cooperation and in cases at the instigation of other citizens. This a German dramatic narrative film, made in 2006, about the East German Secret Police (STASI) and their work in East Berlin to control the population there [...]

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Video Game Movies: The New Sure-Fire Blockbusters?

Assassin's Creed Indie Movie
Posted on Thursday, July 12th, 2012 by

With the development of the raved video-game-focused documentary Indie Game and distribution through the gaming platform Steam, are we nearing a new focus in independent film production? Variety reported Monday that Michael Fassbender, star of X-Men: First Class and Inglourious Basterds, will star in and co-produce Ubisoft Motion Pictures’ developing independent film. “Michael Fassbender was our first [...]

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Filmlinc: NYAFF Takes You To Summer School (THE FUN KIND)

King of Pigs
Posted on Saturday, July 7th, 2012 by

The New York Asian Film Festival is in full swing, check out this blog article by Anna Husted about some of the well-received films playing at this year’s festival. Original Article Posted on Filmlinc.com. Yeun Sang-Ho’s The King of Pigs Child-like at first appearance, Guns and Roses, The Sword Identity and The King of Pigsare three features about learning, loving [...]

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Film Review: Tocker’s debut “Everyday Saturday”

Northside Festival
Posted on Monday, June 25th, 2012 by

Dorian Tocker’s debut feature, Everyday Saturday had its world premiere last Wednesday at the Northside Film Festival, where it was greeted with acclaim from the audience who showered him in compliments during the post screening Q&A. The film which literally sits close to home for Tocker, it was filmed in his childhood home, is about [...]

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