IndiePix, Celebrating Independent Film

2008 SILVERDOCS: AFI/Discovery Channel Documentary Festival

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The Ladies

$9.95 | 13 minutes

When Vali and Mimi closed their couture shop on Lexington Avenue they kepy a dozen of their best clients, moved the business into the spare bedroom, and moved Mimi to the pull-out couch. Still sewing forty hours a week, the 87 and 93 year old sisters reflect on the dying of a craft, the important of family, and the persistence of the&hellip&hellip…

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Seaview

$24.95 | 82 minutes

The Seaview documentary asylum seekers, filmed in Mosney, is a former holiday camp an hour outside of Dublin, Ireland converted to a holiding center for asylum seekers. Over the three years they spent there, the filmmakers slowly gained the trust of the residents. Intensely close conversations reveal their individual stories, from the&hellip…

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Bulletproof Salesman

$10.95 | 70 minutes

Fidelis Cloer is a self-confessed war profiteer who found The Perfect War when the US invaded Iraq. It wasn't about selling a dozen cars, or even a hundred, it was a thousand-car war where security would become the ultimate product&hellip…

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Forbidden Lie$

$24.95 | 104 minutes

WGA Documentary Screenplay Award – Anna Broinowski

Indiepix Films Forbidden Lie$ focuses on Norma Khouri who is a thief, a saint, a seductress and a sociopath – depending on who is talking. Khouri won fame and fortune with her “true story” Forbidden Love, about a shocking honor killing&hellip…

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Trouble the Water

$23.95 | 96 minutes

Winner - Special Jury Prize

As Hurricane Katrina hammers New Orleans, it changes the lives of aspiring rap artist Kimberly Rivers Roberts and her street-smart husband forever. Edited together from video footage shot by the couple during and after the storm's devastation, this documentary offers a visceral, personal view of the&hellip…

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The Order Of Myths

$23.95 | 97 minutes

Cinematic Vision Award

The first Mardi Gras in America was celebrated in Mobile, Alabama in 1703. In 2007, it is still racially segregated. Filmmaker Margaret Brown ("Be Here to Love Me: A Film About Townes Van Zandt"), herself a daughter of Mobile, escorts us into the parallel hearts of the city's two carnivals. With unprecedented&hellip…

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