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August 22, 2014 at 3:00pm
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Summer Fridays: Brooklyn Loves MJ, Lebowski Fest & More!

Summer Fridays: Brooklyn Loves MJ, Lebowski Fest & More!

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The goal is always an economically sustainable career, which inevitably draws indie filmmakers to television. With independent film, you can count on two hands – let’s hope its two hands! – the artists who can maintain economic stability and continue making films. It’s very challenging. Instead of being nostalgic or harkening to any kind of self-pity, I try to go back to Cassavetes, Orson Welles and similar filmmakers who I love who were not handed the opportunity to make their work on a silver platter. So if you consider independent film as not a subset of Hollywood but as an opportunity for economic freedom, then it can be inspiring. You have to earn that freedom, however, which is something I strive to do.

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Ira Sachs

We talk to the Love Is Strange filmmaker about his latest movie, Festivals as forms of community organizing and why indie film vets are flocking to television

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See ‘Beside Still Waters’ In Theaters and VOD This November

See ‘Beside Still Waters’ In Theaters and VOD This November

August 21, 2014 at 5:00pm
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Watch ‘The Demon’s Rook’ Trailer Now

This ain’t yo mama’s apocalyptic monster movie.

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Racking Focus: ‘The Expendables 3’ and Piracy

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