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The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This December

Photo of Nigel M Smith By Nigel M Smith | Indiewire December 4, 2012 at 12:56PM

As usual, Indiewire has weeded through the films hitting VOD this cold month to bring you a curated list of the 10 most worth your time. Your options this month include a dark comedy the filmmaker behind "Bubba Ho-Tep," a blazing satire shot entirely on iPhones, Chris Colfer's charming screenwriting debut, one of the most sexually provocative films to play at this year's Sundance Film Festival, and many more. Here are the 10 films to watch on VOD this December, in alphabetical order:
1

"Push: Madison Vs. Madison" (December 4)

This moving sports documentary tracks the players on an inner-city high school hoops team from Massachusetts as they struggle both on and off the court in the midst of a potentially historic season. For the players on this team, basketball is oftentimes an escape from their lives at home -- and a chance at a life much sweeter. At the center of the group is coach Dennis Wilson, a former semi-professional player who now works full-time as a history teacher when not on the court.

Where to Find: Comcast, Verizon, FIOS, XBox, Vudu, Amazon, Google Play

"Sound It Out" (December 4) Criticwire Page

Beloved at festivals worldwide, the crowd-pleasing documentary "Sound It Out" profiles the very last surviving vinyl record shop in Teesside, North East England, and the colorful characters who keep it alive. Directed by Jeanie Finlay who grew up a mere three miles from the shop, "Sound It Out" makes a great case for why nothing can ever come close to replacing vinyl, and for why shops like these benefit small communities.

Where to Find: iTunes, Amazon, YouTube and Vudu
 

This article is related to: New On VOD, VOD





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