In lieu of the normal two reviews every month, the Indie Prof reviews here one new film and highlights a new film series in our neighborhood.
This fascinating documentary tells the little-known story of Native American influence on the history of American music.
Silent film was all film. In other words, every silent film was shot on 35mm film stock and most of it was highly flammable.
July is Science Fiction month, and it marks the start of the seventh annual Science Fiction Film Series.
In a time of troubled leadership, it is natural to look back in history and pine for strong leaders.
The story of a high school student who commits suicide is not the kind of material usually targeted for mass consumption; the topic is mostly relegated to the darker edges of the indie world.
April brings us the Women+Film mini-fest, a wonderful compilation of films from around the world, by women and about women.
Oscar season is one of my favorite times of the year, and not because of the actual ceremonies.
As of press time, the nominations for the 88th Academy Awards on Feb. 26 have not yet been announced.
Next month’s column will cover the Oscar films nominated for Best Picture, but this month I chose to review two of the top documentaries from 2016.