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Bob Dylan Collection

Cultural icon, rebel, poet, sage, Bob Dylan defies any label thrust upon him. This collection of 12 films pay tribute to Dylan, his life and times and his music. &hellip…

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New Hollywood Films

Having abandoned its fascistic "Motion Picture Production Code" and facing serious challenges amidst a flood of foreign films that had become increasingly popular amongst "the kids," Hollywood needed new blood if it was to survive…

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Film Noir

With its down-trodden anti-heros, dangerous femmes-fatale and plot lines that have more double-crosses than a bag of pretzels, these Noir films blend together the "hardboiled" crime novels of Dashiel Hammet and Raymon Chandler with the stark aesthetic of German Expressionism. The classic period for Film Noir (late 1930's to early 1950's)…

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Classic Horror

Rising from the fertile imaginative soil of Gothic literature, mingled with the dark tonalities of German Expressionism, horror films have been a staple of filmmaking since the early days of the 20th Century. While a perennial crowd-pleaser throughout the years, the particular blend of heart-pounding, peering-through-splayed-fingers gorefests…

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Rockumentaries

Everyone wants to hang out with the cool kids, and they don't get much cooler than rock stars. When D.A. Pennebaker developed the first portable sync-sound camera system that allowed him to move freely as he followed Bob Dylan on tour in the UK, he gave audiences unprecedented behind the scenes access and a chance to get up-close and…

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Punk Films

Loud, brash and unapologetic, the punk movement gave the finger to any authority figure it could think of: government, the business world, not to mention any social status quo. Inspiring countless young people to stop relying on permission &hellip…

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Tim Burton

Few directors have as instantly recognizable a visual style as Tim Burton. Though he's not an "independent" filmmaker by trade, Burton is decidedly an auteur. He demonstrated in his early works that he could make incredibly successful films on relatively small budgets. His debut feature, Pee Wee's Big Adventure (1985), was made…

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On-Demand Features!

It’s time to get your ‘geek’ on, to celebrate Cyber Day (and week) IndiePix is taking 75% off all our On-Demand feature length titles ! This insane deal is only valid until 11.59PM on Friday December 3rd. Simply enter discount code : cyberpix

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Indies for Independence Day

The land and home of the free and the brave, America is more than just a name (and apple pie, as delicious as it is). Indepenence Day commemorates the culmination of a people’s blood, sweat, and tears as they pressed forward and exacted freedom on their own terms..…

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The Women of IndiePix

Almost a year ago, two inspirational IndiePix films had their first taste of the big screens in New York City. Paola Mendoza and Gloria LaMorte's ENTRE NOS had sell-out crowds all weekend long at the Quad Cinema before continuing across the country, whilst in the Village and uptown at Lincoln Plaza, fans just couldn't…

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