Indie films, you say? What, consistent characteristics being that they are independently made, with low budgets and unknown actors, directors and writers? No, no. They’ve got Michael Cera in, mate.
INK is a Gaimanesque glossy low-budget indie film that’s taken sci-fi fans by storm. We talk to director Jamin Winans about dreams, nightmares, mythology and his upcoming sci-fantasy film project…
Enter the Void is the highly anticipated new film from the French New Wave director of Irreversible. If you want something groundbreaking and technically a cinematological head trip, we have Enter the Void DVDs and posters to give away! Competition ends 26 April 2011.
Compared to great unique films like Donnie Darko and Inception, Ink is a fantastic indie supernatural thriller about a fantasy world and a businessman’s love for his daughter. We have 3 DVD copies to give away! Competition ends 11 May 2011.
The Animalmen is an American French New Wave film seen through a mumblecore filter, a lovely, stylish look at the yearnings of today’s disaffected youth. It’s about 3 would-be revolutionaries and how rad their uprising would be… if only they had a cool group name.
So it appears that Twitter possesses more than just the magical power to make narcissists imagine their universal relevance; apparently, the cyber cesspool of social networking can make you a film producer, too, whilst enabling indie-wunderkind Anthony Lane realise his pubescent dream of making a film that could prove as riveting as his live cam-feed – all for the smashing price of £10.
“Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love. Girl doesn’t.” Marc Webb’s 500 Days of Summer is refreshing because as its tag-line suggests, it tells the truth about love. Sometimes things just don’t work out. Simple. And that’s fine.