Indie Film Guide

Your Guide to the Toronto International Film Festival

By: Monika Bartyzel on September 6, 2012 at 10:04AM Comments

So you've heard of the Toronto Film Festival, but you don't really know what it's about? Check out our guide to the festival's fascinating history, and why Toronto's now known as "Hollywood North."


Toronto: Planes, Trains and Automobiles Before the Movies Start

By: Sean OConnell on September 5, 2012 at 10:56AM Comments

The Toronto International Film Festival is the place to see and be screened over the next several days. We'll be on the ground in Canada bringing you the best (and worst) of this year's cinematic event.


'The Cove' Filmmakers Kickstart a 'Heist'

By: Derrick Deane on September 4, 2012 at 6:07PM Comments

Back in 2009, The Cove came out of nowhere, winning the Best Documentary Oscar and shining a light on the mass murder of dolphins in Japan. Now those same filmmakers have announced their net project, via Kickstarter, and it's called The Heist. Find more about the project and how you can help them fund their "one missing element."


Indie Close-Up: Jessica Biel, Jet Li and Some Phone Sex Highlight Indie Films This Weekend

By: Derrick Deane on August 31, 2012 at 2:20PM Comments (1)

It's a slow weekend of wide releases this weekend, offering movie audiences the perfect opportunity to take in an indie flick or two over the long holiday weekend. Let's see what's arriving in theaters...


Rumor: 'Before Sunset' Follow-Up Currently Filming in Greece

By: Derrick Deane on August 29, 2012 at 10:51AM Comments

Last night, rumors started to circulate that a follow-up to the 2004 indie hit Before Sunset was currently filming in Greece. Titled Before Midnight, the film would pick up where the Julie Delpy/Ethan Hawke storyline left off in Paris. Greek newspapers are reporting that Hawke is currently on set shooting the film, though there has been no confirmation.


Indie Close-Up: '2016,' 'Sleepwalk With Me,' 'Hermano' Highlight Indie Films in Theaters This Weekend

By: Derrick Deane on August 24, 2012 at 1:34PM Comments

This week sees new films starring Marion Cotillard, James Cromwell, Lauren Ambrose and Jean Dujardin get limited releases. Also, the red-hot documentary 2016: Obama's America expands to 1,900 more screens. Let's see what else is hitting screens this weekend...


Exclusive: 'Bangkok Revenge' Poster Debut

By: Lizerne Guiting on August 22, 2012 at 9:47AM Comments

Bangkok RevengeMartial arts enthusiasts, keep an eye out for Bangkok Revenge (opening Sept. 14), the next film from Tekken star Jon Foo, who's a real-life martial artist and acrobat. We've got your first, exclusive look at the stylized poster.


Fandango Exclusive: Watch (4) New Character Trailers for Janeane Garofalo and Co. in 'General Education'

By: Lizerne Guiting on August 17, 2012 at 9:44AM Comments

General EduationWondering what comedy veterans Janeane Garofalo and Larry Miller have up next on their movie slate? We've got your first-look at four new character trailers for the indie comedy General Education, out in theaters today in limited release.


Cine Latino: The Latest on 'Machete Kills', 'Skyfall' and 'End of Watch' (Photos)

By: Elisa Osegueda on August 3, 2012 at 2:31PM Comments

Returning to the Machete cast is Jessica Alba as Sartana. The mother of two eagerly shared a few behind the scenes photos while on set via her Facebook. In case you haven't been able to keep up with the films casting announcements, here's the latest roster: Alexa Vega, Amber Heard, Sofía Vergara, Mel Gibson, Jessica Alba, Vanessa Hudgens, Charlie Sheen...


Exclusive Interview: Harvey Weinstein, on 'The Intouchables,' His Career, and What Comes Next

By: Erik Davis on July 12, 2012 at 10:20AM Comments

Harvey WeinsteinThis fall, The Weinstein Company is poised to have their biggest season ever, premiering films like Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, David O. Russell’s Silver Linings Playbook and John Hillcoat’s Lawless, and France's most popular film of the hour, The Intouchables. We sat down with Weinstein Company chief Harvey Weinstein to talk about the success of the film, but also his diverse career, past, present and future.


Exclusive TV Spot: Julie Delpy, Chris Rock Wrangle Relatives in '2 Days in New York'

By: Derrick Deane on July 6, 2012 at 10:00AM Comments

Check out our exclusive TV spot for Julie Delpy's new comedy co-starring Chris Rock, 2 Days in New York. The film is available on VOD beginning today and arrives in theaters on August 10.


Sleepers to See: 'Safety Not Guaranteed,' 'Moonrise Kingdom,' and 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

By: Derrick Deane on June 8, 2012 at 2:51PM Comments (2)

Sure there's that Ridley Scott movie and that animated film with circus animals that will duke it out for the top of the box office this weekend. But there's plenty of alternative options for those who want to avoid the theater crush and enjoy a good film. Here are three films in theaters worth checking out...


Sleepers to See: 'Headhunters'

By: cwalton on May 25, 2012 at 6:42PM Comments (1)

Lots of wide releases have come out this summer since the blockbuster-breaking The Avengers. Most haven't measured up. But for those seeking something on a smaller scale that pays just as hefty dividends, be sure to catch Headhunters, a tiny film from Norway that has lots of big things on its mind.


Cannes Exclusive: 'Lawless' Character Poster Premieres!

By: John Halecky on May 18, 2012 at 9:54AM Comments

Exclusive: 'Lawless' Character Poster Premieres!

The kind folks over at The Weinstein Company have given us 3 of the exclusive character posters for Lawless, which debuts today at the Cannes Film Festival, and opens in theaters this August.


Cannes 2012: Our 18 Most Anticipated Movies

By: David Ehrlich on May 16, 2012 at 12:31PM Comments (4)

The Cannes Film Festival gets underway today from Southern France. Here are some of the movies we're looking forward to the most...