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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 (Great Big Sea), and been featured in television shows, major motion pictures and commercials. Piercingly […]

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 David Foster Wallace. The End of the Tour is based on Lipsky’s critically-acclaimed memoir written […]

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 […]

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 […]

#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  […]

Fishy Business

Fishy Business

  Looking through old family photos can be fishy business. I mean those little black and white, bordered-with-white-wavy snaps of a moment eons ago. The kodak kind, now gone forever. The sort your mom posed you for. The kind one of the siblings always hated, always turned away from, always made faces about, always said […]

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 miss! Here is to the Indie Producers and Filmmakers that released during the hot days […]

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 twenty-three previous books chronicling nature, with specific species in mind. This time the species is […]

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 two special smallish people”. “Although I know picture books are probably out of fashion, I […]

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 make it your own kind of perfect. And so I propose Paris. In November Paris […]

Birthday Angst-Short Fiction

Birthday Angst-Short Fiction

  Irene’s birthday was around the corner and George was worried. He knew women took birthdays seriously as a marker of devotion from their husbands and families, but this year was proving tough. He knew he’d  better start considering his options, but he was so conflicted. “Are you looking forward to your birthday Irene?”  George […]

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” from her album Blue Dream out now on Saddle Creek. Orenda says, “This video is […]

Horror Top 10 | #1 Halloween

Horror Top 10 | #1 Halloween

Horror Top 10 | #1 Halloween (1978) – “The night HE came home!” John Carpenter’s Halloween started as a low budget indie film, shot in twenty-one days and became the most iconic horror film of all time, and popularized the slasher genre that would tear through cinemas year after year throughout the 80’s. The film’s […]

Horror Top 10 | #2 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Horror Top 10 | #2 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Horror Top 10 | #2 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) – “Who will survive and what will be left of them?” This indie film came before Halloween and shocked audiences far and wide with violent and disturbing content. The film follows a group of friends who fall victim to a family of cannibals while on […]

Horror Top 10 | #3 Rosemary's Baby

Horror Top 10 | #3 Rosemary’s Baby

Horror Top 10 | #3 Rosemary’s Baby (1968) – “Pray for Rosemary’s baby.” Roman Polanski’s psychological thriller Rosemary’s Baby stars Mia Farrow as Rosemary Woodhouse whose husband Guy Woodhouse is a moderately successful actor who is disappointed in his career. The young couple moves into an old apartment building in New York City with a […]

Horror Top 10 | #4 Scream

Horror Top 10 | #4 Scream

Horror Top 10 | #4 Scream (1996) – “Don’t answer the door, don’t leave the house, don’t answer the phone, but most of all, don’t SCREAM.” Scream was credited with revitalizing the horror genre in the late 90’s. After the horror tropes of the slasher films of the 80’s had exhausted and sufficiently bored audiences, […]

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