Posts Tagged ‘indie’
“Uzumasa Limelight" is a moving piece of cinema that charms and shines the spotlight on one of Japan’s premier Kirareyaku artists, and its ending is beautiful.
Ben Dobyns, executive producer of "Dark Dungeons," talks about the film, life as an independent producer and the power of crowdfunding.
The indie horror director talks making scary movies, making it as a female director and the secret to good horror.
Brie Larson delivers a tremendous breakthrough performance in this understated and moving exploration of social services and safety.
Three trite twentysomethings accept whatever destiny is handed to them because work is hard and stuff.
Though somewhat uneven, this story of a rock-star reunion is strengthened by excellent leads and provides a fitting tribute to its late star, Tracy Wright.
With all the high brow qualities of a Wes Anderson film but without any of the subtle humor, "Beginners" falls just short of painfully boring.
Beautifully disturbing, "Martha Marcy May Marlene" is a movie you can only see once. But you should see it.
Veteran television writer/producer Michael J. Weithorn has directed his first feature film, the drama/comedy "A Little Help" starring Jenna Fischer.
“Nice Guy Johnny” is another solid outing from Edward Burns and the “return to his roots” style project plays much bigger than its small budget would suggest.
A lot like time-traveling back to your college years: fun and breezy, but not really as interesting as you seem to remember.