By Indiewire Staff | Indiewire July 14, 2011 at 9:28AM
Today on indieWIRE, we examined this morning's Emmy nominations, interviewed documentary filmmaker Errol Morris, and more!
Netflix? More like "Regretflix."
While the internet has predictably lost its cool over Netflix's sudden 60% price increase, Dana Harris spoke to the company and finds out what the changes will mean for Netflix queue enthusiasts. Click here to find out more.
Emmys Get Indie
Everyone's abuzz over the Emmy nominations, and Peter Knegt gives us ten reasons to be excited here.
Get Your Purel out! Gwyneth is Contagious!
An awesome preview for Steven Soderbergh's disease disaster movie, "Contagion," was dropped today. Those of you who don't like Gwyneth "GOOP" Paltrow - and we're sure there are plenty of you - will be very happy to watch her get sick and die here. Ach, Schadenfreude!
Errol Morris Talks "Tabloid"
Morris talks about "Tabloid" and the film's own sudden headline drama in the second part of our interview here.
Sundance's "Space Alien" Director Talks About Her Debut
"Codependent Lesbian Space Alien" won Madeleine Olmek raves this year at Sundance. The film will hit Newfest and Outfest this month. Check out our conversation with the director here.
Harry Shearer’s Hurricane Katrina Doc to Hit VOD in August
Actor and New Orleans resident Harry Shearer, best known as one of Christopher Guest's funniest repertory members, has had his Hurricane Katrina documentary "The Big Uneasy" picked up for VOD distribution. Full press release here.