Category Archives: Independent
In a sleepy southern town a man with a haunted past encounters an attractive young woman who moves in next door.
When Emily is kidnapped by foxes and forced to work in the secret underground blue goo mines, she must use her determination to get back home only to uncover the foxes’ mysterious plan.
Women must run the farms in Yorkshire during WWI, but things get complicated when German POWs are enlisted to help them.
Based on the Chinese legend, a monkey is born of a magical stone and amasses supernatural powers in order to battle heaven.
Follows an everyman logger who operates along the U.S./Canada border. After he’s confronted by a gang of violent drug runners, he must barricade his secluded woodland cabin and take up arms against the criminals in order to protect his family.
Centers on two desperate brothers who attempt a robbery in order to pay for their dying mother’s health care. The job goes south and during their escape, they steal an ambulance — only to discover that it’s occupied by a dying heart patient.
A renowned roboticist creates a robotic dog that bares the resemblance of a typical family pet, but possesses super strength, x-ray vision, and the ability to speak.
A 13-year-old is raised by a bizarrely strict mother in a NorCal commune.
Follows a Germany-based Air Force major who flies Predator drones over Yemen, who discovers his entire squadron has been poisoned by a jihadist infiltrator.
Centers on an aging widow who implements a system that allows her to spend time with holographic versions of her deceased loved ones.
A military family takes part in a deep-space exploration experiment.
Chronicles Cedric Jennings’ academic life in Ballou High School, an inner city school in Washington, D.C., and eventually to Brown University, exemplifying the problems of inner-city education systems.
A boy searches for Billy the Kid in hopes that the gunslinger will save his family, only to be disappointed when the man doesn’t live up to the legend.
A directionless young man still living at home with his parents blurs the line between friendship and something more with a local coffee barista who is already in a serious relationship.
A semi-autobiographical account of Herman Melville’s experiences as a captive on the island Nuku Hiva in 1842.
Logline: When a meteor shower transforms men into women-eating aliens, a group of baby shower attendees must defend their suburb from the impending disaster armed with nothing more than booze and confectioner’s sugar.
Costumed characters compete for the “Golf Fluffy” in the 8th World Mascot Association Championships.
Set against the backdrop of early twentieth century Kenya, centers on Beryl Markham, a record-setting aviator, adventurer, author, and racehorse trainer.
A24 and Plan B are partnering to produce Moonlight. Based on the play by Tarrell McCraney, two young men navigate the Miami drug war and their own journeys to modern manhood.
Based on the play by Tarrell McCraney, two young men navigate the Miami drug war and their own journeys to modern manhood.
On the morning of May 1, 1947, Evelyn McHale, arrived by train to New York’s Penn Station, calmly walked to the Empire State Building and leapt to her death. In her wake were left six people forever impacted by the choice she made on a cold, grey day in spring, and whose stories would become unwittingly intertwined. From the Ruins is an honest and provocative story about love, faith, art, obsession, and how every action has unpredictable reactions.