Reflecting on their words in these pages ten years ago, Hal Hartley and Nick Gomez discuss their ongoing lives as working independent filmmakers.
Peter Broderick revisits his historic articles on no-budget filmmaking in the light of the new digital cinema.
- Deborah Dickson on documentaries.
- Marcus Hu on New Queer Cinema.
- James Schamus asks, Whatever Happened to B Movies?
- Travis Crawford on a decade of genre filmmaking.
- Alan Baldachin on financing indie films in the '90s.
- Adam Pincus on the Internet; Anthony Kaufman on distribution.
- Jason Kliot and Joana Vicente on the years ahead.
Jeremy Nathan investigates the latest African filmmaking revolution, one that has prospered through a DIY ethos and consumer-level digital equipment.
Kendall Morgan offers 10 tips for new producers.
Hidden on the latest pop CDs are the newest opportunities for independent filmmakers. Rebecca Howland reports.
Reed Martin on the IFP Market's new emphasis on works in progress.
Justin Lowe on Microcinema International.
REMEMBER THE ALAMO
Travis Crawford on the life of Eagle Pennell.
SHOW AND TELL
Jennifer Manno on The Invisible Art: The Legends of Movie Matte Painting.
Bergen Swanson on Tom Noonan and the Paradise Theater.