Supported by title sponsor Blue Orchid Hotels, International Integritythe IBF and Arts Council of Englandthis year’s MIFF takes place over 12 days from June 25 to July 6 at RESIDENCEin association with Not just Bollywood, EACH MAN, Ducie Street Warehouse, Manchester Poetry Library and The Carlton Club. The Manchester IndianRead More →

The reigning US box office champion (by average theater) is “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” an independent sci-fi film by the Daniels (Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), exploring parallel universes through the eyes of an oppressed mother. Chinese superstar and martial artist Michelle Yeoh is the beleaguered heroine searching forRead More →

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — When asked why Utahns should care about movies, Salt Lake Film Society CEO Tori Baker opened the conversation by quoting acclaimed director Ingmar Bergman: “Film as dream, film as music. No other art passes our consciousness like film does, and goes directly to our feelings,Read More →

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri’s film The Kashmir Files will be released on March 11, 2022. Speaking of which, Vivek claimed that he is the “only independent filmmaker in India”. Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri is currently awaiting the release of his film The Kashmir Files. In a new interview, Vivek called himself “theRead More →

Vivek Agnihotri is set to release his upcoming “The Kashmir Files” featuring Anupam Kher, Mithun Chakraborty, Darshan Kumar and many more. While the film has already garnered a lot of attention for several reasons, ETimes has reached out to the indie filmmaker who has made some explosive revelations about hisRead More →

PALM SPRINGS, Calif., January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — IVOX MEDIA today announced the launch of IVOX+, the new premier destination for independent films and short films alongside classic films and television. With a mission to truly support independent cinema, IVOX+ gives filmmakers a direct line to acquisition and licensing opportunities,Read More →

With independent filmmakers, original programming and classics, IVOX+ supports and celebrates the production and distribution of independent films PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (PRWEB) January 18, 2022 IVOX MEDIA today announced the launch of IVOX+, the new destination of choice for independent films and short films alongside classic films and television. WithRead More →

Saudi Arabia’s leading art house, Cinema ElHoush champions independent films, which move away from mainstream commercial cinema. Independent films are often described as the cinema of the elite, given that they target audiences with refined tastes and do not bring in significant box office revenue. However, they collected important worldRead More →

Bollywood actor Sanjay Mishra’s latest outing “Andaman” starring Rajesh Tailang and debutante Anand Raaj was released independently on November 20. Speaking of the film, Mishra used her Facebook account to support new talent. He said: “With making a film comes a huge responsibility and a lot of pressure and atRead More →

SHARJAH, 13th October, 2021 (WAM) — A panel discussion titled “Independent Films” held last night at the 8th Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Youth (SIFF 2021), provided attendees with a unique opportunity to reflect on the changing role of independent films and their impact on regional cinema. BigRead More →

Sharjah 24: The 8th Sharjah International Film Festival for Children and Young People (SIFF 2021), which runs until October 15, offered participants a unique opportunity to reflect on the changing role of independent films and their impact on regional cinema, during a round table entitled ‘Independent Films’ which was heldRead More →

Click to enlarge Credit: Crowdson Creative Brian Crowdson, standing, and Aaron Thomas review a scene. A solitary figure, head bowed, sits at a large dining table. To the sound of clapboards, the director announces: “Lights. Camera. Action. Others slowly enter the room and take their places at the table. ThereRead More →

London, United Kingdom, 11 June 2021 –(PR.com)– INDEE PLUS Group Limited announces the launch of its brand new video on demand streaming service INDEE+ (www.indeeplus.com). The platform offers customers a curated selection of independent films from around the world, ranging from award-winning films, critically acclaimed dramas, inspiring and insightful documentaries,Read More →

Actor and film producer Gerard Butler, known for his roles in films like Angel fell, Olympus fell, 300, London fell, recently revealed that he enjoys being a producer of the disaster action movie Greenland. Butler served as the film’s producer, Greenland when he had the chance to play a moreRead More →

EJ Moreno on the best independent films of the year… In a year when cinemas were closed around the world, it was up to independent films to give hungry moviegoers exactly what they wanted. This focus on films in small series or directly on video-on-demand platforms has really given wayRead More →

News Office (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Wed, November 25, 2020 2020-11-25 17:39 471 d66dcbf21949a93b498053ceec24417f 1 Entertainment GoPlay, independent films, GoPlay-Indie, Gojek, filmmaker Free Video-on-demand service GoPlay has rolled out a new feature to improve the independent film scene in Indonesia. Dubbed GoPlay Indie, the feature features more than 200Read More →

Staying at home hasn’t stopped programming director Richard Beer from arranging an ongoing film schedule for Vancouver’s only independent cinema, the Kiggins Theatre. “We just launched Virtual Cinema,” Beer said last week. It is a streaming service hosted by a company called Film Movement, which aims to bring the latestRead More →

AMC Theaters isn’t known for its arthouse fare, but the world’s largest exhibitor has begun to heavily promote independent films. In June, the company unveiled AMC Artisan Films, a programming and marketing initiative, which highlighted more original, adult-oriented fare that arrives without the benefit of a Marvel superhero in theRead More →

A frustrated independent filmmaker urges us to consider the barriers between independent films and their audiences. Over the weekend, “Morris From America” ​​director Chad Hartigan asked an intriguing question on Twitter: “Why do all movies cost the same to watch?” Specifically, Hartigan was curious if lowering ticket prices for someRead More →

There’s a lost generation of indie movies relegated to a landscape shrouded in undeserved oblivion, so hats off to critics Nick Pinkerton and Nic Rapold for bringing one of them, “Rhythm Thief,” back tonight at BAM Cinématek, with its director, Matthew Harrison, to discuss the film. The generation in questionRead More →