This week, a large bulk of the independent film world was occupied with IFP Independent Film Week in New York. And there was a lot of good stuff happening there (including an appearance by SAGindie’s own Darrien Gipson). Luckily for those of us that couldn’t attend, we’ll kick off this week’s must-reads with Indiewire‘s recap of the event, which you can read here. Boom, consider yourself educated.
More Good Reads for the week of September 15, 2014
Festival Strategy 101: Plot the Right Course for Your Film (via Valentina Valentini for MovieMaker Magazine)
Some great tips on making sure you find the film festival that best fits your project.
Alt-Fall Movie Preview 2014: The Wild, the Weird, and the Totally True (via David Fear for Rolling Stone)
RS shows some love for the little guys, i.e. the indie films coming out this autumn.
The Man Who Brought Stop-Motion Animation Into the 21st Century (via Caitlin Roper for Wired)
An interview with filmmaker/entrepreneur/very-patient-man Travis Knight.
Adam Wingard, Simon Barrett, and Dan Stevens on The Guest, and its place in their big plan (via Tasha Robinson for The Dissolve)
An extensive chat about indie filmmaking with the writing/directing duo and the dead guy from Downton Abbey.
In case you were ignoring us (aka blatant self-promotion)
SAGindie attends the Transparent premiere (via SAGindie)
We didn’t ask a single actress (or actor) what dress they were wearing during our red carpet coverage.
How ’bout you? Read anything good this week?
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