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Interview: Antony “Crazy” D. Lane

If you’re new around here, you may not recognize the name Antony Lane but he has a long history with Stick With The Indies. He gave us our name and was our first interviewee exactly seven years ago today. As he enters the final stretch of an 11-year journey to bring his debut feature to… Continue reading Interview: Antony “Crazy” D. Lane

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Online Premiere: Shelter

Premiering today in honor of the 73rd anniversary of Germany's unconditional surrender bringing World War 2 to an end. 'Shelter' follows 3 British paratroopers (Jack O'Connell, Michael Smiley, and Ed Stoppard) in search of a hideout after the failed launch of operation Market Garden. They find shelter in a small isolated house, inhabited by two… Continue reading Online Premiere: Shelter

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Review: Shadow

Shadow, a short film written and directed by Nicholas Goodwin (who also plays Will), shines a light on the epidemic of sexual assault on college campuses. Jane (Revell Carpenter) is an innocent college freshman with a crush on her calculus tutor, Allen (Kumasi Hopkins). At the behest of his friend, Will, Allen invites Jane to… Continue reading Review: Shadow

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Review: Wake

Spurred by the death of a once close friend, Michelle (Liz Noth) has returned to her suburban hometown for the first time in years. She can't bring herself to attend the reception, for fear of being confronted by her friend's mother, opting instead for a classmate's after-party. The party functions as an off-kilter high school… Continue reading Review: Wake

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Review: Total Performance

Produced by Cross River Pictures and written/produced by Sean Meehan. Total Performance's narrative centers on Cori, played by Tory Berner, a struggling actress whose day job is playing the part of real living people. She works for an agency that allows disgruntled spouses and nervous bosses to rent surrogates by the hour. Taking the place of existing… Continue reading Review: Total Performance

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Review: The Room

Often hailed as one of the worst movies ever made, The Room seems like an exercise to show how NOT to make an independent film failing to meet the most basic standards of what makes a movie good. Despite plentiful shortcomings, The Room is far from unwatchable. It's actually enjoyable from an ironic point of… Continue reading Review: The Room