Tag Archives: indie
A Timely Blogathon: Mean Creek (2004)
This newest review for A Timely Blogathon comes from the very lovely Emma of emmakwall (knows it all). Emma runs one of my favourite blogs, and writes about film, music, and other bits and bobs including fun posts on her travels. Emma chose to review Mean Creek (2004); a film I hadn’t heard of before, […]
Boy Meets Girl (2014): Quick-shot review!
A fairly groundbreaking independent drama with a straightforward story yet complex premise, Boy Meets Girl (2014, dir. Eric Schaeffer) is one of very few films with a transgender protagonist who is played by an actual trans woman. The film tells the story of Ricky (Michelle Hendley), a barista-slash-seamstress who operates a popular Youtube channel, with […]
Park City (2015): Quick-shot review!
An independent comedy slash mockumentary film by director Hannah Rosner, Park City (2015) tells the story of four indie filmmakers whose film Hearts and Cash has made it to Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The group, made up of director Joey (Joseph Mireles), producer Hannah (Hannah Rosner), actress Jill (Jill Evyn) and production […]
Sound Of My Voice (2011): Quick-shot review!
A surprising low budget gem, Sound Of My Voice (2011, dir. Zal Batmanglij) tells the story of young couple Peter (Christopher Denham) and Lorna (Nicole Vicius), who are shooting a documentary on cults and those who follow them. Peter and Lorna learn of a specific group of people who follow a woman named Maggie (Brit […]