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New Faces of Indie Film

Filmmaker Magazine identifies some of the most recent notable contributions to independent film, including documentaries, animation and even video games…

Meet the 25 New Faces of Indie Film (Videos) | The Wrap Movies

Filmmaker Magazine's annual list of up-and-comers draws from animation, documentaries, commercials and video games.

Publish Date: 07/20/2011 19:19


Watch Indie Films Online @MyFilmIs.com

For another source of new, as well as classic indie films, check out myfilmis.com – this is a fairly new resource worth checking out –

www.myfilmis.com new indie films online MyFilmIs.com is a fresh, new and innovative independent films distribution network… So, for all your indie favorites, brand new independent films, even those cool, classic cult indie films too, then visit MyF…


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    Welcome to Indie Movie Hub!

    This site will cover all aspects of independent film, from the perspective of fans as well as filmmakers. We will discuss and review movies, talk about film festivals, and resources for making and financing films.

    The term “indie film” will always be a little fuzzy. For the last decade or two, the line between commercial and independent movies has gotten ever thinner. Those of you old enough  to remember the 70s or earlier –or anyone who has seen lots of older films– may recall that “art” movies were once a more distinct breed of film. These usually played at special theaters and included foreign and experimental films. Of course today, many of the films that were fairly commercial in earlier decades now have an indie flavor, if for no other reason that time has rendered them exotic.

    Today we might ask if movies by people like Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorcese, Spike Lee or Woody Allen really qualify as independent. I would not spend too much time worrying about such questions of definition. I think most of us can agree which films are definitely not indie –blockbuster action and horror films, mainstream romantic comedies, and the vast majority of sequels and remakes of whatever genre.

    So this site will cover indie films, using a loose and broad definition of the term. The real point is to enjoy and learn from the art of movies, whichever side of the camera you happen to be on!