Skyline Indie Film Fest

Skyline Indie Film Fest

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Skyline IndieCast Episode 8: Ludvig Gur

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Welcome to Episode 8 with Ludvig Gur. CLEAN COLORED WIRE is Ludvig’s 2nd film at Skyline after last years THE EGO DEATH. I spoke with Ludvig for a few minutes on a quick break in his day earlier this week about the inspiration of his latest film, new projects, and the absolute importance of prepping for production.

Find Ludvig and CLEAN COLORED WIRE on these social outlets:

Twitter: @ludvigg

FB: najka pictures

IG: @ludviggur

Skyline IndieCast Episode 7: Nick Kovacic at Digital Cave Media

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Welcome to Episode 7 with Nick Kovacic at Digital Cave media in Baltimore, MD.  Subscribe to this podcast on Stitcher or iTunes. Please like, share and comment so we can get more people to talk about indie films and indie filmmakers. It’s important and you want to do important things, right?

As the interview moves ahead you can’t help but notice how sincere and how genuinely Nick is.  A filmmaker who loves where he lives and works and is a big proponent of Baltimore and all the city has to offer.  We talk about 48 hour film competitions, finding distribution, fleshing out ideas through making shorts and lots more.

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Skyline IndieCast Episode 1: Anil Dhokai

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It’s here!  Episode 1 of The Skyline Indiecast! Today we spoke with filmmaker Anil Dhokai whose short film PULSE OF THE CITY is an official selection at Skyline Indie Film Fest this year. [Read More…]

Indie Film is Everywhere

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There are so many indie films released every single day that is seems impossible to keep up with them all.  My feeds are overflowing with new articles, reviews, technological advances in film making, project casting news and casting surprises, festival updates and more.  And consider all the ways new distribution models available making it even easier to find and screen new indie films.  From web based platforms for short films and serial video projects to full streaming services for short and feature length projects, guerrilla screenings, film festivals, film societies, film schools, and film loving friends screening what they like (and often have created themselves) in their basements and impromptu theaters.  There is no shortage of opportunities to see indie film no matter where you live in the world.  Particularly here in Winchester where the filmmaker and the film lover are embraced.

Between our own monthly programming and the annual September film festival at Skyline Indie Film Fest, the Shenandoah Valley also has the Magic Lantern Theater, regular programming from Alamo Drafthouse Winchester, traveling film festivals make stops here such as the SPROUT Film Festival and the Virginia Independent Horror Festival, the annual foreign language film festival held at the local university, as well as local film clubs.  Each complementing the other yet distinctly different.  It’s a great time to be a film enthusiast if you live in the Shenandoah Valley. [Read More…]

Doc Film Differentiation

Documentary films are an odd duck for me.  I find it very hard to separate the film maker and their ability from the subject matter; thereby I tend to give praise or criticism of the director based on the content. This isn’t fair to the film maker and it allows my personal experience with the subject matter, be it mild interest, vast knowledge, or complete disinterest, to influence my opinion of the film, regardless [Read More…]

Night of the Living Dead – 50 Favorite Indie Films

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Now get the hell down in the cellar. You can be the boss down there, but I’m boss up here!

Today’s submission is from Kim Curtis and her Most Loved Indie Film is Night of the Living Dead (1968)! Good choice Kim!  This is one of my favorites, even though I am a fan of the quicker, angrier zombies of this modern interpretation,  there is no denying that the slow tide of impending doom of these original screen zombies is absolutely terrifying.

Our friend Kim says: [Read More…]