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Remix Godard’s ‘ALPHAVILLE’ with BRIGHT IDEAS Magazine

Remix Godard’s ‘ALPHAVILLE’ with BRIGHT IDEAS Magazine

Seed&Spark’s BRIGHT IDEAS Magazine is premiering a 50th anniversary remix of Godard’s ‘ALPHAVILLE‘ at the Slamdance Film Festival on January 26—and you get to write the dialogue! In collaboration with Digital Bolex and Syrp, to celebrate the semicentennial of Jean-Luc Godard‘s lo-fi science fiction masterpiece, Alphaville, BRIGHT IDEAS set out to recreate—and reinterpret—one of the film’s iconic

2014 Slamdance Filmmaker Profile: Blake Robbins (Writer/Director – ‘The Sublime & Beautiful’)

David Conrad is a college professor and sometimes philanderer raising three children in a small Kansas suburb with his wife Kelly. When sudden tragedy strikes the family in the days before Christmas, David and Kelly’s marriage is brought to its breaking point and David’s desire for retribution leads him into uncharted moral territory, with the

Slamdance 2015 Announces Narrative & Documentary Competition Selections

The Slamdance Film Festival today announced their Narrative and Documentary Feature Film Competition programs for its 21st Festival edition. As the premiere film festival by filmmakers for filmmakers, Slamdance‘s showcase of emerging artists includes 11 narrative and 8 documentary films. The 19 feature film competition includes a record 18 premieres – 13 World, 2 North

CONTEST: ‘The Sublime and the Beautiful’ Student Film Review

Greetings IndieNYC readers! We want to let you know that we’ve partnered with Candy Factory Distribution, an exciting new production and distribution company based here in NYC, on a student writing contest based around their new film ‘The Sublime and Beautiful.’ On October 3rd through the 9th, the film will be screening at Hollywood’s Arena Cinema at

2014 Slamdance Filmmaker Profile: Peter Brunner (Director – ‘MY BLIND HEART’)

Kurt, who suffers from an incurable disease, rebels against his body and the limits that are set for him – whatever the cost. Kurt suffers from the rare Marfan syndrome and is almost blind. After killing his clinging mother, he goes on a journey where the boundaries between perpetrator and victim are blurred. Haunted by

2014 Slamdance Filmmaker Profile: Jay Alvarez (Director – ‘I Play With The Phrase Each Other)

‘I Play With The Phrase Each Other‘ is the first feature film composed entirely of cell phone calls. Jake, a young neurotic, is persuaded to leave his small home town and move to the city to live with his friend Sean, a fanatical poet who survives by swindling inexperienced Craigslist customers. When Jake arrives in the