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Why I Miss the Gritty Amateur Beauty of Early Digital Filmmaking

11 February 2014 11:00 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

When grassroots production company InDigEnt (Independent Digital Entertainment) quietly shut down in 2006, it marked the end of an era that never really got going. There was a lot of talk about digital filmmaking around the turn of the last century, but this was more from the point of skepticism directed at a burgeoning new means of shooting, not an embrace of new cinematic possibilities. Inexpensive and boundary-pushing indies, then, were the only projects decisively making use of the new portable technologies out of a mix of economic necessity and aesthetic choice. As a result, for a few years at the end of the ‘90s and the very beginning of the 2000s, a few movies were made that truly look like nothing we’ve seen before or since. InDigEnt was founded in 1999 under the inspiration of the Dogme 95 and the guerrilla, no-budget pioneering of John Cassavetes. That the name of the company’s pseudo-acronym also means “poor” seems »

- Landon Palmer

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Bradley Cooper’s ‘Elephant Man’ Adds Patricia Clarkson, Alessandro Nivola

23 January 2014 2:52 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Bradley Cooper will return to Broadway next fall in a revival of “The Elephant Man.” Rounding out the cast will be Oscar-nominee Patricia Clarkson (“Pieces of April”) and Alessandro Nivola (“Junebug”). All three actors appeared in a 2012 Williamstown Theater Festival production of the play. Scott Ellis, who oversaw that show, will direct the Broadway production, which will be performed in the Shubert Theatre to be announced at a later date. Cooper, who is up for Best Supporting Actor at this year’s Academy Awards for his work in “American Hustle,” has told outlets that he has been obsessed with the character of. »

- Brent Lang

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