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The Spring Collection

This week, we officially ushered in a new Spring season, and not a day too soon. Now that all the snow has melted, and the sun has once again made its presence felt, we couldn't be more thankful for the few signs of verdant life. So we here at IndiePix have compiled eleven films that reflect our connection to the land and the annual feeling of renewal that greets us every April. Enjoy them with the windows cracked open.

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The DeVilles

$9.95 | 56 minutes

A burlesque stripper and her punk rock husband living in their own fascinating universe of a time that has passed. Still in love after 25 years, 'The DeVilles' tells a modern tale of love and living in a stylized world with no compromise…

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Artois the Goat

$24.95 | 109 minutes

Lab technician Virgil Gurdies embarks on an epic quest to create the greatest goat cheese the world has ever known, and reclaim the heart of his beloved Angie. A felonious German baker, a grave-digging hermit, and a tiny white goat color this journey of love, destiny and dairy products&hellip…

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Before The Rain

$34.95 | 113 minutes

The first film made in the newly independent Republic of Macedonia, Milcho Manchevski's Before the Rain crosscuts the stories of an orthodox Christian monk (Gregoire Colin), a British photo agent (Katrin Cartlidge), and a native Macedonian war photographer (Rade Oerbedeija) to paint a portrait of simmering ethnic and religious hatred&hellip…

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Evergreen

$19.95 | 86 minutes

Fourteen year old Henrietta, Henri for short, longs for everything she doesn't have. Looking down a road that turns bad instead of right, Henri and her mother Kate are forced to move in with her grandmother in a leaking shack on the edge of town. Henri is hell bent on finding a way out. At the same time, Henri meets a boy at school, Chat…

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The Park

$19.95 | 70 minutes

THE PARK is a documentary film about a neighborhood city park and how its existence effects the people who visit the park and the employees who work there. The story is set in a particular local city park (to symbolize urban parks everywhere) and takes the audience on a journey inside this park and what it means to the people and its&hellip…

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Gasland

$23.95 | 0 minutes

As American energy firms look for new sources of petroleum, natural gas has become an increasingly important part of their portfolios, especially after the 2005 Energy Policy Act (created with the participation of Dick Cheney, a former executive with energy giants Halliburton) removed environmental protection restrictions against hydraulic…

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No Impact Man

$10.95 | 93 minutes

Going green may be trendy in the new millennium, but writer Colin Beavan takes this lifestyle to an admirable extreme in NO IMPACT MAN. In this documentary, Beavan decides that he wants to effect the environment in the smallest way possible for an entire year. This means no electricity, no transportation that doesnt require his own feet…

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Of Time and the City

$20.95 | 94 minutes

Acclaimed British filmmaker Terence Davies revisits the city of his youth in the elegiac documentary OF TIME AND THE CITY. A deeply personal evocation of post-World War II Liverpool, the film is a patchwork visual poem woven from archival footage, a mash-up of classical and pop music standards, and Daviess own incantations--delivered…

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