Three years after writer and director Richard Glatzer died of ALS complications, his widower and collaborator Wash Westmoreland is releasing their final film.
The primary plot of this inverted world is of the star quarterback of an all-female college football team, Jude (Briana Evigan
So why would a highly esteemed professional such as Dr. Hurwitz prescribe such vast amounts of painkillers to his patients
Gregory It's definitely very sensitive and real, yet somber, and occasionally on the dark side. Some movies previously -- Heathers
By leaning on the raw power of personal, human stories, films that have deep impact may not appear to have an agenda at all, but instead tiptoe lightly towards changing hearts and minds.
Seventeen-year-old Robert Cenedella walked into his first class at the Art Students League of New York with a small-sized art pad. Scanning the room, Bob realized he was the youngest student in the classroom.
Another advantage of working in genre is that there aren't just built-in audiences, there are built-in channels of distribution
In just a few days the 69th Annual Cannes (that's pronounced CAN) Film Festival will kickoff with another great lineup of independent films from around the globe.
Making an independent film is a hard job. If you didn't know that already, seriously, it's hard. The producer and director
Smarter than the average indie and more emotionally engaging than a multiplex of studio movies, brand-new feature film Homecoming screened for the very first time this week, to a packed and very enthusiastic house at Laemmle's Music Hall in Beverly Hills.
Once you start writing, and feel you have something you're proud of, I would find a group of friends you can trust, and let
Debra Eisenstadt is ready to graduate from micro-budget to Julianne Moore.
Stuntwoman Turned Filmmaker Patty Dillon Takes on Execution From the Executioner's Perspective in There Will Be No Stay
After a few years of performing stunt work on television shows like Dawson's Creek, One Tree Hill, and Eastbound and Down, Patty Dillon had a sudden drive to get behind the camera. In 2010, she jumped on the opportunity to move back to Omaha to learn from producer/director Dana Altman.