http://MIFF.ca is where you wanna go! This is the third day of MIFF09, and things are hot and hectic, but I'm loving it! An awesome Gala on Wednesday, great film on Thursday, and today the music videos and workshops begin! Distributed by Tubemogul.
“I’ll detonate the nukes in 24 hours unless you surrender the command codes.” If those words ain’t spoken in a movie, Joey and Jerome ain’t watchin’ it. After spending their entire lives watching Bruce Willis, Jason Statham, and Vin Diesel fill various Englishmen, Russians, Germans, nonspecific Middle Easterners, and the occasional Asian full of hot lead, the two get a wakeup call when Jerome’s sister lends them several of her arthouse flicks on DVD. After an indie movie marathon, the pair are so inspired they immediately begin work on their own independent masterpiece. . .with no money, resources, or experience.
New independent film from St. Petersburg/Florida. Adolescents come to terms with their lives after the rebellions of 1996 St. Petersburg. Featuring Kayla Tabish (The Girl Next Door), Jacob Reynolds (Gummo), Din Thomas (Ultimate Fighter), and others, plus a live performance from NYC punk band Leftover Crack.
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Chinese take-out box chase scene from independent film "Take-Out" (1998).
This week, much anticipated premieres from this year's independent film festival will shed new light on filmmaking. Philips was there in Park City, Utah to shed new light on saving energy with compact fluorescent light bulbs.
Janna Robinson of TV's Geared Up was on hand to learn how to help.
Entertainment enthusiasts are flocking to Park City, Utah this week to enjoy the independent film premieres from both veterans and newcomers to the industry. Thanks to Philips, they were also given the chance to save lives and give back to others.
Janna Robinson of TV's Geared Up was there to see first hand what was shocking the crowd.
Park City, Utah is the place to be this week as the entertainment industry gathers for this year's annual independent film festival. VIPs are experiencing an easier, less hectic festival courtesy of the Philips Simplicity Concierge.
Janna Robinson of TV's Geared Up was there to experience the perks first hand.
Celebrities are flocking to the streets of Park City, Utah this week to get a glimpse of the independent films premiering at this year's festival. But, the stars are also getting a chance to pucker up or flash a smile for charity at the Philips Sonicare Smooch or a Smile photo booth.
Janna Robinson of TV's Geared Up was on hand to see what everyone was grinning about.
An independent film on mysterious trapdoors ata a local school.
This hilarious independent film describes the struggle between two roommates and their struggle for life. It involves locked doors, breaking glass, and government officials...
Live on MeTV for The 2008 Mississauga Independent Film Festival
This is a trailer for the independent film "NOVEM". You can learn more about the film by visiting novemfilm.com.
Shot on Capri, the beautiful Italian island, CAPRI, YOU LOVE? is a story of four people who find themselves living in a villa overlooking the sea, wondering if being there is the right thing at that moment in their lives, and if not, what is?
Hugo inherits the villa from his godfather, and Babette, another godchild, arrives to claim her inheritance. Along for the ride is Hugo's best friend Nestor (who attracts a female companion for the stay) who thinks Hugo would be crazy to sell the villa to fulfill his dream of owning a book store. Hugo's struggle to determine if he could live such a simple life is at the heart of the film, but the relationship between the four inadvertent roommates is really the focus. How they each try to make the other view the situation from their point of view allows the others to take a more compassionate approach to their decisions.
Very reminiscent of the 1960s and 1970s European art-house cinema of Rohmer and Bergman, CAPRI, YOU LOVE? has several layers of ambiguity, some of which are deciphered, and others are left open, as is so much in life. Eschewing the formulas of so much of today's cinema, this film is a story of people, their emotions and the journeys they take. Although we aren't necessarily left with a notion of where the journey takes them, the process is as interesting as the destination.
- David Lemieux in occasion of the film's Canadian premiere
at the VICTORIA INDEPENDENT FILM & VIDEO FESTIVAL 2007
For those that enjoy independent film. This film is based on a Mainland Chinese boy that finds himself isolated from society as he migrates to Hong Kong. He searches for his identity and as well his concept of paradise. He later does find his paradise, but he realizes that it had always existed all along.