IndiePix, Celebrating Independent Film

focus on films from France

previous   page 2 of 15   next

Cover art

Comedy of Power

$21.95 | 110 minutes

The latest thriller from French New Wave veteran Claude Chabrol opens with a tongue-in-cheek claim that it does not depict real events, even though it's timely and provocative account of corporate and political corruption was inspired by a real-life scandal involving a French oil giant and several top-level politicians. The stunning and&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Contre Le Mur - ON DEMAND

$5.99 | 19 minutes

Hundreds of photos strewn over the floor. Dictaphone recordings amidst an interior light show. Glimpses of lost memories of Berlin…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Dad on the Run

$21.95 | 90 minutes

In this quirky French comedy, a Jewish father (Clément Sibony) discovers that according to tradition, he must bury the foreskin of his newborn son. Attempts to do so lead to hilarious hijinks on the streets of Paris. Dante Desarthe's film features an excellent klezmer score&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Daughter of Keltoum

$17.95 | 101 minutes

This intriguing film, written and directed by the impressive Mehdi Charef, follows Rallia (Cylia Malki), a 19-year-old Swiss woman who goes looking for her biological mother in a remote Berber region of Algeria&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Dear Wendy

$16.95 | 100 minutes

Dogme '95 cofounders Thomas Vinterberg (CELEBRATION) and Lars Von Trier (DANCER IN THE DARK, DOGVILLE) team up in DEAR WENDY, an unusual but entertaining drama set in an unnamed American small town. Jamie Bell, the award-winning actor who played the title role in BILLY ELLIOT, stars as Dick, a teenager loner whose father (Trevor Cooper)&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Death by Design

$21.95 | minutes

Winner of 10 international festival awards, DEATH BY DESIGN is a look into the invisible world of cells, told through a collage of metaphors. Images from everyday life are combined with microcinematography to illustrate how the building blocks of life are born and die every minute, keeping a delicate balance&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Derrida

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering Kofman present this documentary portrait of the intellectual and philosopher Jacques Derrida. Beginning with his theory of deconstruction--the notion of getting to the basics behind our thought processes and the way in which we view the world--Derrida is portrayed "naturally" walking down the street&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Devarim

$23.95 | 116 minutes

DEVARIM was the first film Amos Gitai made in Israel upon his return, after ten years of exile precipitated by his powerful documentary, FIELD DIARY (1983). Gitai was ready to take his filmmaking talent in a new direction. Always focused on the power of his images, he began using the talented Renato Berta as his Director of Photography&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Don't Let Me Die On Sunday

$21.95 | 86 minutes

While dancing at a nightclub under the influence of a bad hit of ecstasy, eighteen year-old Teresa (Bouchez, THE DREAMLIFE OF ANGELS) falls to the dancefloor and dies. At the morgue, death-worker Ben (Barr, ZENTROPA) becomes entranced by her nude body and has sex with her corpse. To his surprise, she awakens. Ben is caught by hospital&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

East Palace, West Palace

$17.95 | 90 minutes

China's rebellious and incessantly audacious Yuan Zhang delves into the secret world of illicit homosexuality in his devastatingly erotic and politically astute film, EAST PALACE, WEST PALACE. Immediately banned by the Chinese government, the film follows the young gay writer, A-Lan, as he drifts in and out of China's hidden homosexual&hellip…

buy nowmore info
previous   page 2 of 15   next