The nominations for the 2017 Independent Spirit Awards were announced today at the W Hotel in Hollywood by Jenny Slate and Edgar Ramirez. Leading the pack in nominations are American Honey and Moonlight, which garnered six nominations each. The drama Manchester by the Sea received five noms while the biopic Jackie got four.
Browsing: Jordana Mollick
Logline: The BSC ladies, now in their late 20s, return to Stoneybrook for Mary Anne’s wedding to Logan Bruno, where they reminisce about the past, gossip about their current lives, and reveal dark secrets that were never supposed to come to light.
Logline: Pitched as “Mission Impossible” meets “Ocean’s 11.” A recently arrested brilliant and colorful heist crew is offered freedom in return for pulling a job for the US Government: freeing a captured American spy from an impregnable Russian prison and preventing the collapse of the US economy.
Logline: A disgraced former secret service agent working security at an advanced bio-research facility is forced to initiate a quarantine during the announcement of the CEO’s presidential candidacy – the conspiracy deepens as the former agent discovers the lockdown may not be protecting the rest of the world from the virus, but is keeping those inside safe from a greater attack on the outside.
Logline: Pitched as “How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days” meets “Meet The Parents.” When Matt accidentally proposes to his new girlfriend, her cop father threatens to frame him for the murder Matt just witnessed if he breaks her heart like previous exes . . . Matt realizes his only way out of the fast-approaching wedding is to make her fall in love with someone else.
Logline: A young, two-hander involving a genius fresh from college who shows up to his first day of work at a high-tech government job to find everyone in the office murdered; the keys to his own survival are unraveling the mystery of the codes he’s forced to memorize and trusting the sexy hitchhiker he just met who is much more than she appears…