Demetri Martin brings his unique brand of visual humor to the big screen in the new dramedy Dean. The Independent’s Evan Crean spoke with Martin about his move to directing, his many lessons learned, and where the ideas for his artwork and comedy originate.
John Cassavetes is one of the founding fathers of independent cinema. In this article Kurt Brokaw examines a rare Cassavetes interview. A powerful interview where the legendary director reflects on himself and his life, in 1989, the same year of his death.
Despite the unavoidable Park City glitz, Neil Kendricks writes, “Sundance still provides a forum for much-needed cinematic troublemakers.” Read how three films in particular grabbed him by the collar, <i>Only Lovers Left Alive, 20,000 Days on Earth</i>, and <i>Rat Pack Rat</i>.