There’s an audience who wants more interesting more atmospheric genre films and that’s really exciting.
Indie directors reveal the most exciting and depressing aspects of filmmaking in 2016.
There are many paradoxes to being an indie filmmaker in 2016.
Discouraging: In Israel, where I made “One Week and a Day,” the Prime Minster, Bibi Netanyahu is now trying to shut down (before it even opened) a new public TV channel that can bring quality content because he’s afraid of what the channel’s news will report about him.
Felipe Guerrero, “Oscuro animal” Encouraging: The possibility of making films or expressing oneself through images and sounds on the spot is something I find positive, although this has generated an overproduction that doesn’t allow for determining exactly the state of evolution of a language, if indeed there is one.
I am fascinated by the thousands of films on the internet that witness a great diversity of behaviors, shapes of life, and individual emotions.