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Tribeca Film Festival doc ‘Art and Craft’ Now Has Trailer & Poster

Tribeca Film Festival doc ‘Art and Craft’ Now Has Trailer & Poster

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Art and Craft may not sound compelling at first glance, a documentary about one registrar’s relentless pursuit of an art forger; however, in learning about Mark Landis, a diagnosed schizophrenic and one of the world’s...
Get Your Dream Project on the Go with Dogfish Accelerator

Get Your Dream Project on the Go with Dogfish Accelerator

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Right now is the best time ever to be a content creator. The media outlets available to artists with bright ideas are nearly endless, with film, comic books, television, online video, video games, and many more corners of the...
Child of God

Child of God Review: One must credit Franco's ambitions to adapt these hard-to-film pieces of literature, though this film proves that literal adaptations are not his strongest suit

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James Franco continues his efforts of adapting classic literature into films, first with William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying and now Cormac McCarthy’s Child of God. This is not a surprising choice considering Franco has...
The End to a Franchise – New Hobbit Trailer

The End to a Franchise – New Hobbit Trailer

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Tidbits from Comic-Con are likely to start popping up all week, letting the rest of the world in on what a lucky few got access to early. One such tidbit is the newly released trailer...
TIFF 2014 Adds New Films From Roy Andersson, Takashi Miike, Sion Sono, & More To Lineup

TIFF 2014 Adds New Films From Roy Andersson, Takashi Miike, Sion Sono, & More To Lineup

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Still parsing through the lineup of 59 films announced by the Toronto International Film Festival last week? Well TIFF was just getting started. Today the festival revealed films set to play in several programmes. Read...
Back Issues: The Hustler Magazine Story

Back Issues: The Hustler Magazine Story Review: Though not a gripping film, it at the very least preserves Hustler's legacy for future generations to discover

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First-time filmmaker Michael Lee Nirenberg interviews his father, Bill Nirenberg, in his new documentary, but fuzzy sentimentality and paternal adoration plays little to no part in their on-camera conversation. Michael’s father was, after all, a...
Magic in the Moonlight

Magic in the Moonlight Review: Blurring the line between period piece and pre-war fantasy, Magic in the Moonlight tugs at the heartstrings ever so gently

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Woody Allen returns to his touristic tendencies in Magic in the Moonlight a film set in the gorgeous natural surroundings of the south of France circa 1928. This is a decidedly light and breezy outing for Mr. Allen,...
Couldn’t Make Comic-Con? Watch the Essential Videos

Couldn’t Make Comic-Con? Watch the Essential Videos

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With the help of the Internet, missing Comic-Con no longer means you miss out on all the sneak peeks and fun videos shown. We’ve put a few of the essentials up so you can catch...

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Tribeca Film Festival doc ‘Art and Craft’ Now Has Trailer & Poster

Art and Craft may not sound compelling at first glance, a documentary about one registrar’s relentless pursuit of an art forger; however, in learning about Mark Landis, a diagnosed schizophrenic and one of the world’s most prolific art forgers, the story turns into a rabbit... PLAY VIDEO

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The Underdog: July 2014

The Underdog: July 2014

Welcome to The Underdog, a new column here at Way Too Indie! Each month we’ll collect and highlight the best new indie releases. Our aim here is to expose readers to great new music they may not have been aware of otherwise. We intend to cover music that we believe doesn’t get as much attention...

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