Physical and psychological devastation ravage a forsaken town. A frail boy learns the meaning of malignant, ghosts haunt a war hero (but he’ll haunt no one), an outcast must protect his precious face, and a village crumbles in this adaptation of the folk-tales of Jonathan Mallory Sinus...Read More
Four friends/fledgling entrepreneurs, knowing that there’s something
bigger and more innovative than the different error-checking devices
they’ve built, wrestle over their new invention. One of the most intriguing indies of the last decade. [Directed by Shane Carruth // 2004]
Middle-aged romantic Byron doggedly pursues women when he isn’t smoking pot and living with his ex-wife and her new boyfriend. Unsatisfied, he sets out on a quest to reinvent himself, encountering myriad bizarre characters along the way. “A provocative collage! Built around unreliable narrators, delusional Southerners, incongruous music and outright lies…Godshall shows a deep intelligence.” John Anderson, VARIETY
The Beast Pageant (2010) dir: Albert Birney, Jon Moses. Abraham drifts through daily life until a tiny singing cowboy bursts from his stomach and leads him into the wild.
DVDs, download or on-demand available from IndiePix here.
Official selection: Slamdance Film Festival, Maryland, San Francisco Indie, Boston Underground, et al.
*** Watch on iTunes or Netflix, or many other places. An ambitious painter on the verge of a big break confronts his moral decay when his idealist, hell-raising, younger sister comes to stay with him in New York City for the summer. “A fresh, smart, warm, and funny, Brooklyn comedy, sort of J.D. Salinger meets early Woody Allen.” Gerald Peary, The Boston Phoenix
*** Now available on iTunes & VOD. Tuna and Alex ramble their way to their friends’ spontaneous wedding in Central Park, all the while meeting up with old and new friends. The hilarious and irreverent new film from no budge legend Onur Tukel. (DING-A-LING-LESS) featuring a brilliant ensemble cast. See this movie.
*** Watch the film on iTUNES or NETFLIX. Alan is a musician who leaves a busted-up band for New York, and begins a flirtation with a good friend’s girlfriend. “Bujalski is making what may prove to be the defining movies about a generation, marked by its very lack of definition.” Scott Foundas, LA Weekly (2005) dir: Andrew Bujalski
St. Nick (2009) dir: David Lowery. The adventures of a brother and sister trying to survive, all on their own, out on the plains of Texas. Official Selection: SWSW, Sarasota, AFI Dallas, MarylandRead More
*** Watch on NETFLIX, or buy the Special Edition DVD from FACTORY 25. A pitch-black character study of Keith Sontag (Dore Mann), a neurotic, manipulative, stridently unlovable New Yorker. Directed by RONALD BRONSTEIN. "This is personal cinema at its most uncompromising and fierce." Manohla Dargis, The New York Times (2007) dir: Ronald Bronstein