At the end of each week, we pinpoint engaging conversations that took place over the past week on Twitter and highlight worthwhile messages from the indie film community. To be clear, there is no defined system for selecting these tweets. There’s no ranking system, no winners, no losers. It’s merely a very subjective way of saying that these tweets informed, amused, educated or intrigued us. Check ’em out, follow us on Twitter and then join the conversation.
I have always been attracted to material that helps me better understand people whom have I absolutely nothing in common with.
— Ted Hope (@TedHope) May 15, 2014
“Her” is the type of movie that by any normal set of circumstances should not exist. Yet it does.
— The Mutiny Company (@MutinyCo) May 15, 2014
The HELLION trailer debuted today, which is more important than the sexy astronauts of INTERSTELLAR: http://t.co/nDqt2ILJYt
— Andrew Droz Palermo (@DrozPalermo) May 16, 2014
— Mynette Louie (@mynette) May 16, 2014
— Lexi Alexander (@Lexialex) May 16, 2014
RIP Malik Bendjeloull, aged 36, director of Searching for Sugar Man. Such sad news. Such a beautiful film. Life is so short and so fragile.
— Lucy Walker (@lucywalkerfilm) May 14, 2014
True cinematic mavericks will always find a way.
— [Mystery Executive] (@MysteryExec) May 16, 2014
Watched 3 films today: one great, one good, one rotten. Welcome to #Cannes
— Bruce LaBruce (@BruceLaBruce) May 16, 2014
Troma 40th Anniv Farty at Cannes will be a great idealistic circus! pic.twitter.com/HQH3XIaB8H
— Lloyd Kaufman (@lloydkaufman) May 15, 2014
— FilmHoncho (@filmhoncho) May 12, 2014