Tag Archives: Memento

Review: ‘Before I Go to Sleep’

Review: ‘Before I Go to Sleep’

Directed by Rowan Joffe Written by Rowan Joffe (Screenplay) and S.J. Watson (Novel) Starring Nicole Kidman, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, & Anne-Marie Duff NOW PLAYING in NYC and Select Theaters In ‘Before I Go to Sleep, a woman wakes up one morning and appears to be escaping a forgettable one-night stand. The truth is, she does

Case Study: ‘Memory Lane’ – A Lesson In Sustainable Indie Filmmaking On No Budget

After dropping out of film school, I wrote, directed, and produced a critically-acclaimed feature film with a budget of less than $300. Then I secured international distribution. IndieNYC asked me to tell you how: Two years after enrolling, I heard David Mamet say “stay out of school”. If you’re familiar with Mamet, you understand why

Award-winning Indie Psych-Thriller ‘Nothing Without You’ to Open at Quad Cinema

NOTHING WITHOUT YOU, the festival-winning psychological thriller directed by Xackery Irving will have its theatrical premiere at the Quad Cinema in Greenwich Village, New York opening Friday, March 28th running through Thursday, April 3rd. The film produced by Irving, Rick Santos and Laura Wilson, took a Best Feature prize at the Toronto Independent Film Festival

Slamdance Film Festival to Honor Alumnus Christopher Nolan

The Slamdance Film Festival has announced the introduction of the Slamdance Founder’s Award. The award, in its inaugural year, will be presented to acclaimed filmmaker, Slamdance alumnus, and long-time supporter of indie film, Christopher Nolan. His first film, Following, screened at Slamdance. This film introduced his artistic vision to the film community long before audiences