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  • On a Clear Day

    Painting an Escape | Landscapes of the Mind

    Painting an Escape | Landscapes of the Mind,  Art by Nancy Rishoff. My work is about Landscapes. The landscapes typically include water and mountains. Painting for me is an escape into another place. I prefer to let my imagination fill in the blanks.                   This process is […]

  • IMPACT | Winners of the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival 2016

    IMPACT | Winners of the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival 2016

    IMPACT  | The 13th Annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival Continues Film Festival highlights and memorable moments from the first week of the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. CONGRATS TO THE BIG SKY DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL AWARD WINNERS! Mini-Doc Competition – films 15 minutes and under Winner: MINING, POEMS, OR ODES, directed by Callum Rice Bridging […]

  • Rue de Paris by Artist Rachel Chansler

    Simplicity of Art Itself

    Simplicity of Art Itself – Art by Rachel Chansler our “Miniature Missoulian” and the “Petite Parisienne” of Paris. After many years of experimenting and practicing in various types of medium, I found myself completely burnt out and wanting to get back to the simplicity of art itself through drawing. I have been playing with architecture, […]

  • In St Malo, seeking All The Light

    In St Malo, seeking All The Light

    I have read All The Light We Cannot See again, here in St Malo, holed up in my room on the 3rd floor of the Hotel France et  Chateaubriand, facing the sea. It is nighttime—dark and cold tonight. Perhaps the November 1st summer-like weather of today, with its 68 degrees, was the last gasp. I found […]

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  • 15 Must See Indie Films of 2015

    15 Must See Indie Films of 2015

    Here is our 15 must see indie films of 2015. Indie Film-Land is graced by the lovely Blythe Danner alongside the rugged steaminess of Sam Elliot in I’ll See You In My Dreams.  Indie film lovers will peek into a Rolling Stone writer’s encounter with

    June 29, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • 15 Must See Indie Films of 2014

    15 Must See Indie Films of 2014

    15 Must See Indie Films of 2014 All of the films listed were released in theaters this past summer.  Currently, you can find most of them at a Hastings or DVD store near you.  These are the ones not to

    January 4, 2015 | 4 comments | View Post

  • #MonologueWars: Round 1 – Vote!

    #MonologueWars: Round 1 – Vote!

    What happens when you pit 3 talented and experienced actors, plus a non-actor, against each other in a battle for Likes over their interpretation of a monologue? Why, heaps of fun, of course! Presenting, for your entertainment and ours, the

    September 22, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Brian Doyle, author

    Brian Doyle, author

              Brian Doyle, author of Mink River, The Plover, and too numerous to count insightful full-of-truths essays was in Bellingham, Washington last night. Again. He was the headliner for the Chuckanut Radio Hour show, hosted by

    April 18, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • The Carry Home, Lessons from the American Wilderness

    The Carry Home, Lessons from the American Wilderness

        The Carry Home, Lessons from the American Wilderness   There is value in exploring the wild, unpredictable natural world and author Gary Ferguson crafts our understanding of the premise within a new memoir. Ferguson is the author of

    December 27, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • The Great Oak Joke

    The Great Oak Joke

    The Great Oak Joke is a new illustrated children’s book by Jenn Ashton in collaboration with Lithuanian artist Eidvile Buozyte. “What began as an entry into a newspaper writing contest decades ago, has blossomed into a wonderfully lyrical, humble effort, for

    December 17, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Top 15 Christmas Songs

    Top 15 Christmas Songs

    Top 15 Christmas Songs… Taken from last years Best Christmastime Countdown.   Enjoy! #1 and #2: Cowboy Christmas Ball and Two Step Round the Christmas Tree. Christmas Day, a day to enjoy friends, family and each other. If you were out

    December 7, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Indie Rock Christmas

    Indie Rock Christmas

    A few indie rock Christmas songs and albums to fill you with good will and cheer.  In case you need it! Off White Christmas was released in 2011 by Bob Wire & Chip Whitson.  This album includes some rockin’ Christmas

    December 7, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Simple Man | Donovan Woods | Featured Indie Musician

    Simple Man | Donovan Woods | Featured Indie Musician

    Today’s featured indie musician, Donovan Woods, “Let Us Now Praise Simple Men”.  “Splitting his time between Nashville and Toronto, Woods’ versatile songs have been recorded by everyone from Canadian indie artists to established stars like Tim McGraw or Alan Doyle

    June 30, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Cult and Classic Horror Movie Video Homage

    Cult and Classic Horror Movie Video Homage

    This cult and classic horror movie video is a homage to many of the greats in the horror movie biz: Kubrick, Hitchock, Hooper and Lynch. Orenda Fink has unveiled the new video for “This Is A Part Of Something Greater”

    October 31, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Perfect Paris Part 1

    Perfect Paris Part 1

      Finding Paris Perfect is not impossible if you lead with the belief that no one spot is inherently perfect. As in larger life, if you make the most of where you are it can become perfect. Well, you can

    December 12, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Migrant Sun-- Ramon Mesa Ledesma

    Migrant Sun– Ramon Mesa Ledesma

      Ramon Mesa Ledesma, author of Migrant Sun,  is an Indie author with stories to share of the Latino Migrant Experience in the United States from his personal experience. I met him recently and we talked about his work. He

    July 28, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • The Good Life

    The Good Life

    The Good Life   Martha had not thought about him in years. It wasn’t that he had not played a pivotal role in her development, because he had. Her first boyfriend, first kisses, first prom, first dates in a car,

    July 3, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Quilt Speak

    Quilt Speak

    Quilt Speak I am packing my duffle for the weekend and awaiting my ride 80 miles to the north—somewhere north of Polson, Montana—with Jane, a woman I have only met through email. Jeans, t-shirts, Griz sweatshirt, underwear, socks, computer, bottle

    April 17, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Paris, City of Light, November 2015

    Paris, City of Light, November 2015

    Paris, City of Light, recently under siege. November 2015 Three weeks ago I was in Paris, the City of Light. Life was calm, there were musicians on the streets near the numerous Gilbert Jeune bookstores on rue St Michael, on the steps of Sacre Coeur, in front of Notre Dame. Asian couples posed for photographs […]

    November 23, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Thinking Southern: In France

    Thinking Southern: In France

    Collioure, France sits in a Southwest corner of France, along the Mediterranean Sea, three train stops east of the Spanish border. Tucked into a bay, between some other little village-sized towns, it boasts all good things southern: sunshine, warmth, saltwater swimming, a slower pace. In October the temperatures have cooled a bit, mid-sixties is normal, […]

    October 29, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Western Lonely: Montana to Washington

    Western Lonely: Montana to Washington

    Western Lonely: Montana to Washington: the Real West.   Robert Fletcher sums up my travels through the beloved West this past week. My range is from Montana to Washington, west to east and back again, covering 1,900 miles give or take a few.   Open Range Western land was made for those Who like land wild […]

    July 23, 2015 | 2 comments | View Post

  • Fashion & Function | by Dustin Waine

    Fashion & Function | by Dustin Waine

    Fashion & Function by Dustin Waine Indie It Style Take a gander at the USA made products in leather totes and Victor athletic clothing. Find a little Levi pride via the Kentucky Gent with the Levi’s Pride 2015 Collection.  Meet Eolo Perfido, a photographer and educator who has two distinct collection of prints: The Creative […]

    July 14, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Cuba, the new tourist frontier

    Cuba, the new tourist frontier

      Cuba, the new tourist frontier Cuba, is brimming with optimism. Fidel is still living but in seclusion, Raul Castro (Fidel’s brother) is pushing the edges of allowable economic entrepreneurship, and the buildings in central Havana—that look as if they have been abandoned for 60 years— are beginning to be restored. But it is going […]

    April 12, 2015 | 7 comments | View Post

  • SUCH GOOD PEOPLE Available on April 14

    SUCH GOOD PEOPLE Available on April 14

       Screenwriter David Michael Barrett‘s Such Good People will be available April 14th for purchase on DVD/VOD. Directed by Stewart Wade. Here at Indie It Press, we have been following Such Good People since it wrapped up production of the film.  One of the quotes that intrigued us the most: “The thing that’s so exciting […]

    April 5, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • #MonologueWars: Round 2 | Van Helsing | Vote!

    #MonologueWars: Round 2 | Van Helsing | Vote!

    #MonologueWars: Round 2 | Van Helsing | Vote! You asked and we gave, #MonologueWars is back for a second round, pitting the 8 Sided Forum ensemble against each other in a (mostly) friendly battle for likes over their interpretation of a monologue. Round 2 Van Helsing from Bram Stoker’s Dracula: Vampires Do Exist. Our combatants  […]

    January 15, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post