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NYIndieSeen is an outlet for all indie filmmakers, writers, and actors to get involved and in "the know" of what is happening in the New York independent film scene. We not only have this site designed for entertainment purposes, but it can be used as a tool for networking, which is helpful into getting SEEN on the SCENE. We offer information on cast/crew opportunities, offer the latest news and gossip about what's happening in entertainment, provide movie reviews of the best in independent film, and allow indie filmmakers to have their short films viewed on our site so they can be heard and SEEN!
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Indie Pick O' The Day: New York Lately

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Loosely connected characters living in New York City trying to find out who they are. Yes, the genre has been done a number of times, but somehow New York Lately makes us realize that each obstacle a character faces is one that we all inevitably face in our lifetimes. The film is about a group of New Yorkers who have specific burdens in their lives they have to come to terms with. The film opens up with introducing us briefly to each of our characters at a New York bar. The first ...

CMJ Film Festival Review: The Brothers Bloom

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  The Brothers Bloom is a cute quirky film quite reminiscent of The Darjeeling Limited and no it wasn't because the film shared the same NYIndieSeen favorite talent Mr. Adrien Brody. BUT...I digress and say that this movie is what I like to call a smunny flick. Smunny movies are films that are smart and funny at the same time. The film is about two brothers played by Indieseen favorites Adrien Brody and Mark Ruffalo who are both con-artists. They've been conning since...

The Panic In Needle Park

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  Visiting 72nd Street and Broadway today, one finds the confluence of Sherman Square and Verdi Park. It's a nice little area, complete with statues, tasteful landscaping, and the occasional homeless person scattered among the yuppies and other usual upscale riffraff that haunt the UWS. There's a Gray's Papaya, a Burritoville, a few chain stores and a lot of nice buildings. Physically, it's not far from the area where they filmed exteriors on Music and Lyrics; architecturally, it is ...

1st Latino American Poetic Short Film Festival

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    There are 2 days left to catch The 1st Latino American Poetic Short Film Festival 2008 NYC at NUYORICAN POETS CAFÉ located at 236 E. 3rd St. NYC Tuesday 7:30PM September 30th & Tuesday 7:30PM October 7th Admission is $10 at the door. For more information visit http://www.lapsff.com/   Click links for review and article on the 1st Latino American Poetic Short Film Festival. ...

The Short & Precise Movie Review

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  The Short & Precise Movie Review   Idiocracy 2006 An army shulb (Luke Wilson) and a sassy prostitute, played to perfection by (Maya Rudolph)… Ordered by the government to become apart their Human Hibernation experiment, when the project gets lost in shuffle, the mis-match pair are forgotten and awake to the year 3001. Where a Pro-Wrestler resides in the White House, law degrees can be purchased at Costco’s and Starbucks has a merger with the “Oldest Profes...

Harold and Maude - Why This Is A Classic Indie Film

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  About 8 years ago, I was introduced to a dark, funny, and touching movie. At first glance, I didn’t think I was going to enjoy this story, due to the opening scenes and references to death. However, the more I watched this movie, I got more into the story and really began to feel like the character Harold, played by actor Bud Cort, was really a normal guy despite his eccentricities. I saw this displayed through Harold’s friendship with Maude, an older woman who could h...

Whatever Happened To Jim Caviezel?

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  Remember Jim Caviezel became the "It Guy" after Passion Of The Christ came out? He was like everywhere. I mean most film buffs already knew Jim from films like Angel Eyes and Frequency. I was watching The Final Cut---a craptacular film by the way that I will blog about later---and I saw Jim Caviezel and immediately thought...hey whatever happened to him? Of course I was prompted to instantly go to my Bible--that is IMDB--pun intended of course, and look for Jim to s...

Short Film Corner: A Woman Scorned

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They say "Hell Hath No Fury..."   A vicious love triangle ends badly when man begins a tryst between two women that inevitably ends in murder.     http://www.reelgood.tv/filminfo.php?film=204WOMSCO   For more information on this film or for other short films by students of Regent Unvisersity, visit www.reelgood.tv ...

Early Review: The Lucky Ones

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This isn't your average road trip buddy movie. In the wake the of Iraq War, The Lucky Ones tell a story from a fictional perspective about three injured soliders that return home after their tour from Iraq. Cheever (Tim Robbins) finds himself in a compromising situation when there is an unexpected blackout at the airport. All of the flights are cancelled. He runs into TK (Michael Pena) who is looking to go to Las Vegas to meet with a medical pofessional for an embarrassing injury that he...

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