Love is good and all but have you ever had Mac & Cheese?????
The Devotion Project: Foremost in my Mind – This story will resonate with the “late bloomers” among us as it tracks the course of two women’s incredible lives, each rich with accomplishment, and celebrates their love story. http://bit.ly/2aDjfZW
Holden – Holden is a young photographer who travels to Paris for a photoshoot with a successful French actor. Holden falls in love from the very beginning. Both will spend the night together, knowing that it will probably be the only night they can. http://bit.ly/1XnCrAu
Together Forever– A film about marriage equality, perfect timing, and creating romance in the everyday. http://bit.ly/2b1VL3J
Spider – It’s all fun and games until someone loses an eye. http://bit.ly/1Ug7U3T
The Messenger – An American soldier struggles with an ethical dilemma when he becomes involved with a widow of a fallen officer. http://bit.ly/2aoBvq0
Winter’s Bone – An unflinching Ozark Mountain girl hacks through dangerous social terrain as she hunts down her drug-dealing father while trying to keep her family intact.
Watch these Sundance favorites on IndieFlix
The Act – At a comedy club, the Ha Ha Hut, the M.C. introduces the next act, comedian Rosy Marconi (That 70s Show). The film jumps back and forth between her performance and later that night as she stands alone in her unlit kitchen. http://bit.ly/2auR92H
Adventures of Power – In his quest to become the world’s greatest air-drummer, a small-town dreamer must overcome obstacles and ridicule to save the day. Power’s journey across America helps him discover the beat within his own heart. http://bit.ly/291g0e4
I Love Sarah Jane – Jimbo is 13 and can think of only one girl – Sarah Jane. And no matter what stands in his way – bullies, violence, chaos, or zombies – nothing will stop him from finding a way into her world. http://bit.ly/2aQWnuS
The Raftman’s Razor – Two teen boys spend a summer obsessing about a superhero who does almost nothing. http://bit.ly/1tkFvkW
These films may be off the radar but they’re sure on IndieFlix’s!
Howl – This film recounts the tumultuous life events that led a young Allen Ginsberg to find his true voice as an artist, society’s reaction, and animation that echoes the poem’s surreal style. http://bit.ly/295XpD1
Castello Cavalcanti – In the short film written and directed by Wes Anderson, a Formula One driver crashes his car during a race, leaving him stuck in a small village but with good surprises coming his way. http://bit.ly/2auXBHv
Gold – An offbeat comedy about an estranged father who returns to his hometown after an absence of ten years in order to reconnect with his daughter and ex-wife but unwittingly finds himself responsible for almost destroying all their lives. http://bit.ly/22ripoq
Scenes from the Suburbs – A thirty-minute short film directed by Spike Jonze and inspired by Arcade Fire’s critically acclaimed album, The Suburbs. The film explores the lives of normal teens growing up in suburbia and themes of war. http://bit.ly/1Z5MRCs
New year, new me.
Sati Shaves Her Head – Inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “Bernice Bobs Her Hair,” this film is a modern take on the classic fish out of water tale. Nikki tries to teach Sati a lesson, but soon learns that revenge is a dish best served shaved! http://bit.ly/2aplg1x
The Hero Pose – Mia is eight years old and wants to do anything but hang out at her dad’s house, trying to sell a car that doesn’t run. This is a story about a father and daughter, and those precious moments in life when two people are able to pause and connect. http://bit.ly/2aur1Wg
Living on One Dollar – Carrying only a video camera and a desire to understand, four friends spend just 56 dollars each for 56 days in rural Pena Blanca, Guatemala. They return home transformed hoping to inspire their generation to help make a difference. http://bit.ly/2adjgbq
Abiogenesis – In this breathtaking science fiction spectacle, a strange mechanical device lands on a desolate world and uses the planet to undergo a startling transformation, that has profound implications for an entire galaxy. http://bit.ly/2aXSXD5
Season’s Greetings from the IndieFlix crew.
Animal Farm – A successful farmyard revolution by the resident animals vs. the farmer goes horribly wrong when corrupt pigs hijack it for their personal gain. This film is based on the text of the same name by George Orwell. http://bit.ly/2bqIuCF
Anomaly – Set in the late 60s, broken relationships and an astronomical event intertwine the various narrative threads – an abstract interpretation of the historical Christmas narrative. http://bit.ly/1PMG8gS
A Christmas Story – In the 1940s, a young boy named Ralphie attempts to convince his parents, his teacher, and Santa that a Red Ryder B.B. gun really is the perfect Christmas gift.
Home Alone – An 8-year old troublemaker must protect his home from a pair of burglars when he is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation.
Happy Holiday’s fellow indie lovers <3
Oliver Twist (1948) – Based on the Charles Dickens novel, Oliver Twist is about an orphan boy who runs away from a workhouse and meets a pickpocket on the streets of London. http://bit.ly/2ahPgtu
Don’t Tell Santa You’re Jewish – Young Jody and her mother attend a community Christmas party. While all the other children are excited to sit on Santa’s lap, Jody is nervous Santa will know she’s Jewish. http://bit.ly/2aaE7sS
The Messenger – An American soldier struggles with an ethical dilemma when he becomes involved with a widow of a fallen officer. http://bit.ly/2a2CPD7
Eye-candy = anything visually and aesthetically pleasing to the eyeball
Pas – Throughout her entire life, Rose has followed her passion for dance by using it as a singular method of communication essential to connect with her surroundings. http://bit.ly/2aqRki2
Rellik – Starting at the end and returning to the beginning, Rellik retraces the steps that lead
to a woman’s horrific murder. This short plays with time to
present a mystery which unravels in reverse, leaving the audience reeling as they
trying and piece together what they have just seen. http://bit.ly/2a579Za
Anomaly – Claimed by our staff to be one of the most beautiful films on IndieFlix, Anomaly centers on the interconnected stories of several lives that coincide with a long-awaited astronomical event. http://bit.ly/1PMG8gS
The Otherworldly – A creature is born from the crevasse of a rock and enters the “otherworldly” through a portal in the forest. Cheesy at first but trust me, you will quickly become mesmerized. http://bit.ly/2awx6Xi
International relations, one small screen at a time.