How soon is too soon to start your Oscar game plan? With the Weinstein Company, perhaps it never is.
“It’s not ‘what goes around will come around,’ it’s, ‘what you put in is what you get out.’ We want to have it be a meritocracy. If you’re good, it happens organically that people notice and things get made.” – Co-Founder of We Make Movies, Sam Mestman
Q&A with IT FELT LIKE LOVE writer-director Eliza Hittman
A24 Acquires Sundance breakout THE SPECTACULAR NOW
SKYLAN BROOKS has all the ingredients to be a star
(Sundance) Day 2 Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes & I Used to Be Darker (aka Mothers and Daughters)
A look at the much talked about ‘Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes’ and ‘I Used to Be Darker’
“What was it that lead the group of you to start Slamdance? On what basic, independent principles did you found it,” I ask.
“Rejection,” he says.
Happy holidays. Happy reflections. For an indie filmmaker reflection can sometimes be completely and utterly depressing. Especially when they’re the type of filmmaker that looks back and sees six shorts under their belt, four credit cards maxed out and one feature in a MacBook.
Madeleine Olnek gives her audience an odd and endearing look into the often hazy world of falling in and out of love. And she does so from another world, literally – the planet Zots.
The Sundance award-winning documentary premieres tomorrow in select cities and on IFC Films InTheaters.
In honor of the oh-so-American holiday and independence at its very core (chasing after your dream, the pursuit of happiness, and all that mush), here is a list the best indies of the year, released between the last two July 4ths in the United States.
A Q&A with Alvaro Orlando about producing, writing and starring in his film ‘Counterpunch,’ and other general riffraff.
Steadily and slowly, a new group of young and fiercely ambitious females are knocking on the doors of top production companies like HBO, Apatow Productions, and in general permeating the entire indie community.
In an in an exclusive interview and after the success of I AM NOT A HIPSTER at Sundance 2012, director Destin Cretton gets a second to breathe and tell us how he got started.
We pay respects to the late Bingham Ray, a legend in the indie film space