Blogging the News

Indie cinema around the web: A link round-up

November 19, 2014 Written by | No Comments

The Oscar-winning director of 12 years a Slave, who began his career as an indie filmmaker, has lined up his next film project. The Film Experience

Actress Susan Sarandon writes a post on how documentary films are absolutely vital in contributing to social change and activism in general. Indiewire

Snowpiercer is now available on Netflix. The author explains why the film does a great job showing the systematic class oppression faced by minorities and the poor. Shadow and Act

Author explains how indie films like Birdman, The Imitation Game and Boyhood are making a big splash on this years Oscar race. Variety

Interview with indie cinematographer Bradford Young (Pariah, All Them Bodies Saints) on what it’s like to be an African American in a predominantly white profession. Huffington Post

Film critic Stephen Holden lists his most anticipated films from the DOC NYC Film Festival, which began this past Thursday. The New York Times


Categories: Films · Links · new york