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.
— Martin Katz (@martinfkatz) May 31, 2014
Can’t wait to see how Tom Hardy in LOCKE turns a cell phone & car into what so many critics are raving about tonight at the Playboy Mansion
— Hugh Hefner (@hughhefner) May 29, 2014
Releasing 2 movies back 2 back is so exciting and INTENSE. right now it’s exactly like this: http://t.co/FStHYhwGXO
— A24 (@A24Films) May 29, 2014
THE ROVER: bleak and beautiful. Pattinson’s best performance by a long shot. Pearce is excellent as always.
— Nigel M. Smith (@nigelmfs) May 17, 2014
I know there’s journalistic integrity and all that, but I’m really curious to read the LIFE ITSELF review on Ebert’s site.
— Andrew Droz Palermo (@DrozPalermo) May 31, 2014
Saw Reichardt’s “Night Moves” tonight, still have a knot in my stomach. It just keeps tightening the screws up to the last frame. So good.
— Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) May 31, 2014
Chicken & Egg Pictures
supports women non-fiction filmmakers to catalyze change
2014 Open Call grant process opens June 1st!
— Ted Hope (@TedHope) May 30, 2014
Frank starring Michael Fassbender is in theatres 8/22. pic.twitter.com/uNGYW7cdkt
— Magnet Releasing (@MagnetReleasing) May 30, 2014
NYC if there are two films you should see this weekend they’re Before You Know It and Lucky Them!!! #supportindiefilms
— Kat Candler (@katcandler) May 30, 2014
— SundanceFilmFestival (@sundancefest) May 30, 2014