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July 19, 2018 7:49 am

New Indie Movies for 2015

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If you’re unfamiliar with indie films, it’s hard enough to know where to find good movies, let alone new ones. They lack the budgets for promotions that most blockbusters can afford, along with the pricey Hollywood stars. But there are some awesome new indie movies in the works, and we wanted to share a few 2015 movies. We’ve provided a range of movies— from thriller to drama—that will entertain and move audiences. If you would like us to feature any more, please share in the comments section!


The Keeping Room

Two young women and their slave must defend themselves when two Union Army soldiers attack. Described as a western-feminist film, the focus on a strong female perspective brings a new story to filmmaking. The home-invasion thriller will keep you enthralled as these women protect their home in ways untold before.

Starring- Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld, Muna Otaru


A Brilliant Young Mind

Nathan, an autistic boy, finds comfort in numbers. He works with his teacher to expand his math talents and compete in a worldwide competition. Although Nathan struggles with building relationships, he learns new lessons like how to fall in love. A Brilliant Young Mind is already available to watch on Amazon Instant Video, among other servers.

Starring- Asa Butterfield, Rafe Spall, Sally Hawkins



Celebrate this year’s US Supreme Court ruling and watch Stonewall. Based on the true story, this indie movie reviews the struggle and fight for gay rights. Meet the courageous characters and see how the dealt with every painful and joyful moment in this liberation milestone.

Starring- Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ron Perlman, Joey King


Dirty Weekend

This “coming of middle age story” starts when two co-workers are delayed at an airport. It begins an unpredictable weekend side by side, but perhaps it has more purpose than it seems. It’s a fun, new journey that’s worth tagging along!

Starring- Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve

Lindsay Reeds

Ideal night: movies, only disrupted for snacks and discussions!