We spoke with writer/director Zach Quiñones about breaking into the industry with shorts, distribution strategy, and the largely untapped potential of Instagram’s IGTV video platform. IFJ: You...

Making a contained thriller in the tradition of Buried, Locke, and Brake is a smart way to establish a (more) controlled and consistent production environment than you would likely have if you had to...

The directing team behind the latest horror film to be released by Arrow (on May 3) spoke with us about the making of their latest feature collaboration Threshold and what went on behind the scenes....

We spoke with Jonathan Latona, a virtual one person production team, about making his first feature, navigating distribution when platforms are increasingly becoming closed to independent filmmakers,...

With several shorts under his belt, Frank Martinez decided to go into production on his debut feature and spent the next two years making Fade Out Ray. We talked to Frank about inspiration, purpose,...

Sometimes a movie comes along that perfectly encapsulates the struggle of getting a film made, and sometimes that movie is a metanarrative centered around an exaggerated and almost caricature-like de...

Aided by resourcefulness and a clever premise that maximizes suspense and minimizes onscreen characters and locations, Curt Wiser was able to write, produce, and direct his debut feature Cam-Girl. We...

Mike Morelli’s latest film isn’t your average indie movie. Even the experience of watching the trailer leaves an indelible impression. We talked to Mike about scaling up from features and...

After making multiple shorts and working on big budget productions, writer/director Hussein Hammouda decided to embark on his first feature, Dominoes. We spoke with Hussein about the objective of a f...

Steve Dayton’s latest feature film offering, gIVE, is a testament to resourcefulness and efficiency. Made over a few days and for a budget of $5,000, the movie is the result of the application...

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