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  • Review: The Freebie

    This past year may be remembered as the one mumblecore — the semi-disputed subgenre of American indie film wherein awkward young hipsters stumble, fumble and mumble their way through love’s fragile foibles — grew up. Or at least graduated from the festival circuit to the multiplex, with Noah Baumbach’s Greenberg and Mark Duplass’ Cyrus channeling mumblecore style and spirit with, for the first time, bankable Hollywood stars. Cyrus, an uncomfortable black comedy about a blossoming romance stymied by the female lead’s disturbed son, was shot for just $50,000 and grossed more than $7 million. It’s not Nirvana outselling Michael Jackson in 1991, but it proves mumblecore isn’t a fly-by-night trend.
  • Movie review: 'Cold Weather'

    Movie review: 'Cold Weather'
    "Cold Weather," the latest micro-budget movie from writer-director-editor Aaron Katz, is like an exquisite minimalist painting — its beauty will move you, its simplicity will fool you. For there are layers and complexities to be found in the film,...

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    Joe Swanberg to release new film online for free

     
    This post has been corrected. See the note at the bottom for details. Joe Swanberg --best known as one of the pioneers in the independent filmmaking movement known as mumblecore -- is releasing a new film online for free next week. It's called "Marriage...

    Spirit Awards: Cromwell, Hawkes on keeping the indie spirit alive

     
    Actors talk about the importance of independent film