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10 THINGS WE’D LOVE TO SEE MORE OF IN AMERICAN INDEPENDENT FILMS | F U G I T I V E | cinema

So we’ve been watching a lot of American independent films recently. All genres, budgets ranging from $100-$10,000,000 (nevermind if we should really call that indie). For one of us, watching indie films is part of our job. When you look at a large sample of things that hang together, naturally you start to see patterns. We thought it might be fun, helpful, infuriating to list 10 things that were conspicuously absent from the sample but that we really wish weren’t. We invite you–nay, we implore you!–to add your own items to the list by dropping us a line or a comment. (Note: these 10 things have nothing to do with marketing or technology–there are more than enough of other places for thinking about filmmaking that way…). Anyway, so, here’s what we got:

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Posted on May 13, 2013, in General Information and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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