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Archive for August 2012

Indie Film & Filmmaking News Roundup

August 30, 2012

Bijou hosts pioneer indie filmmaker Nancy Savoca Ct Post Pioneering independent filmmaker Nancy Savoca, who caused a sensation at the 1989 Sundance Film Festival with “True Love,” will do a question-and-answer session at the Bijou Theatre in Bridgeport on Thursday, Aug. 30 after a screening of her latest film. From Girls to No-Budget Filmmaking: Alex […]

Indie Film & Filmmaker News Roundup

August 20, 2012

(Image via FreeDigitalPhotos.net) Spotlight on film director Larry Longstreth Hudson Hub-Times “I reached my goal with 3 months to spare,” said Longstreth, who launched his movie, “The Long, Slow Death of a Twenty-Something” in late 2010. The nation-wide release of a movie is “sort of the holy grail of indie filmmaking,” said Longstreth. The Indie […]

Indie Film & Filmmaker News Roundup

August 12, 2012

Indie Focus: Objectivity turns to negativity with Craig Zobel’s ‘Compliance’ Los Angeles Times Even before Craig Zobel’s psychological thriller “Compliance” premiered this year at the Sundance Film Festival, the filmmaker knew the movie would be a button-pusher. Still, he didn’t expect the very vocal, very negative response from some. Julie Delpy goes from serious actress […]