IndiePix, Celebrating Independent Film

2009 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

21 Below

$24.99 | 90 minutes

Documentary Screenplay Award(Nominated)

21 BELOW is one of the best new independent films about a young woman returning home to have an engaged encounter with family wounds that she hoped to escape. IndiepixFilms provides the best place to buy Indie movies and download Indie movies. Consumers can easily download indie movie&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

(500) Days of Summer

$11.95 | 95 minutes

Best Original Screenplay(Nominee) – Scott Neustadter

500 Days Of Summer is a HIGH FIDELITY and ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND. 500 Days Of Summer sheds a linear plot in favor of a memory-driven look at a failed romance. Joseph Gordon-Levitt (BRICK) stars as Tom, a greeting-card writer&hellip…

buy nowmore info

2008 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Sicko

$11.95 | 0 minutes

Documentary Screenplay Award

America's most incendiary filmmaker, Michael Moore, returned in 2007 with this health-care-industry exposé SICKO tackles material as controversial as the topics explored in Moore's other films, yet does so in a way that places the focus on ordinary Americans affected by the nation's health-care&hellip…

buy nowmore info

2006 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

$10.95 | 110 minutes

Documentary Screenplay Award(Nominee)

This searing examination of the Enron accounting scandal reveals the psychology of greed and corporate corruption that facilitated the company's rise to power and also its fall. When Enron went bankrupt in 2001, the principals walked away millionaires--but later faced legal proceedings and&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

The Fall of Fujimori

$17.95 | 84 minutes

Documentary Screenplay Award(Nominee)

Former president of Peru Alberto Fujimori fled to Japan in 2000 after turning his presidency into a dictatorship and alienating most of his fellow countrymen. This documentary by Ellen Perry allows Fujimori to speak from his exiled home, although he was arrested and imprisoned in Chile shortly&hellip…

buy nowmore info

2005 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Super Size Me

$10.95 | 100 minutes

Best Documentary Screenplay

In this hilarious yet informative documentary, debut director Morgan Spurlock makes himself the victim of a cruel experiment: he puts himself on a 30-day diet of nothing but McDonald's food. Eating three meals a day exclusively from McDonald's, Spurlock's health quickly deteriorates. The film documents&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Garden State

$11.95 | 103 minutes

Best Original Screenplay(Nominee)

Andrew "Large" Largeman (Zach Braff of TV's Scrubs) is returning home to New Jersey for the first time in nine years to attend his mother's funeral. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, he's been living under clouds of medication prescribed by his psychiatrist father (Ian Holm). After drifting through&hellip…

buy nowmore info
Cover art

Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

Documentary Screenplay Award(Nominee)

Ross McElwee directs this autobiographical documentary about his family's roots in the tobacco business in North Carolina. Taking a sabbatical from his home in Boston, he offers a culturally interesting history of the South as viewed through the biggest, wealthiest tobacco enterprises. Meanwhile&hellip…

buy nowmore info

2002 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Monster's Ball

$7.95 | 112 minutes

Best Original Screenplay(Nominee)

Set in modern Mississippi, MONSTER'S BALL subtly examines the impact of personal loss and the transforming power of human connection. The movie begins in the state penitentiary's death row, where father-and-son prison guards Hank (Billy Bob Thornton) and Sonny Grotowski (Heath Ledger) administer&hellip…

buy nowmore info

2001 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Traffic

$34.95 | 147 minutes

Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published

Steven Soderbergh followed up his critical and commercial smash ERIN BROCKOVICH with this wildly exhilarating exploration of the complex, multilayered international drug problem. The film tells three seemingly disparate stories that loosely intersect and overlap&hellip…

buy nowmore info

1987 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Blue Velvet

$11.95 | 120 minutes

Best Original Screenplay(Nominee)

A deeply shocking and insidiously funny film, David Lynch's offbeat vision uncovers the nasty underside of small-town America. When a young man finds a human ear in a field, he embarks on an investigation into the dark world of a dangerous psychopath, which leads him to a beautiful nightclub singer&hellip…

buy nowmore info

1976 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

The Man in the Glass Booth

$23.95 | 117 minutes

Best Drama Adapted from Another Medium(Nominee)

This adaptation of Robert Shaw's A DELICATE BALANCE was part of the American Film Theater series, conceived in the 1970s by producer Ely Landau, and meant to be shown theatrically just like a play, with tickets sold in advance. Arthur Goldman stars as an eccentric Jewish tycoon who&hellip…

buy nowmore info

1972 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Carnal Knowledge

$11.95 | 98 minutes

Best Comedy Written Directly for the Screen(Nominee)

Charting the shift in America's sexual mores over the course of three decades, Mike Nichols's thoroughly provocative drama focuses on the bitter experiences of two middle-class American males. Jonathan (Jack Nicholson), a cruel but charismatic misogynist, and Sandy (Art Garfunkel)&hellip…

buy nowmore info

1964 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

Charade - ON DEMAND

$99.99 | 113 minutes

Best Written American Comedy(Nominee)

&hellip…

buy nowmore info

1949 Writers Guild Awards

Cover art

The Naked City

$34.95 | 96 minutes

Best Written American Drama(Nominee)
The Robert Meltzer Award(Nominee)

Master noir craftsman Jules Dassin and newspaperman-cum-producer Mark Hellinger's dazzling police procedural, The Naked City, was shot entirely on location in New York. The story is based on facts about a young woman who is brutally murdered in the streets&hellip…

buy nowmore info