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Featured Indie Films for October 2015!


Featured Indie Film round up! At Film Forecaster, we believe in supporting filmmakers and films from all over the world – at any level. Getting the word out is our little way of saying thank you to amazing artists and entertainers, but also to make the world a little more interesting for those looking for […]

Black Inequality in Film: An Infographic by NYFA

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New York Film Academy has created this infographic to place the Black film’s monumental 2013 (and strong 2014 so far) in a greater historical and statistical context. Also, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the Motion Picture Association of America estimates that more than 170 million African-Americans attended movies in 2013, a 13-percent increase from the year before […]

Featured Indie Films and Filmmakers: #12!

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Film Forecaster is a huge supporter and advocate for independent films and filmmakers. Thus, we decided that they needed more love and we are here to feature the indies in the film industry! We ALL start somewhere. Are you a filmmaker, actor/actress, writer, producer, director, critic, or even distributor of independent films? Get in touch with us, […]

Filmmaking: Make Sense Of It All


We’ve all been there before, sitting in a movie theater or even at home and the movie or television show that we are watching makes no sense, or bores us. When boredom happens that’s when we start to channel surf, when at home. On other occasions, what we are watching makes no sense; the characters […]



NYC Filmmakers & Actors Collective The NYC Filmmakers and Actors Collective is a group of over 850 members, from actors to filmmakers and cameramen and crew! Frequently, they held meetups across the city about indie film, filmmaking, the film industry, and  more. One of the best parts about their meetups is that they frequently hold […]

First time Directing: Cate Blanchett


Cate Blanchett is set to make her feature directorial debut on an adaptation of the Herman Koch novel The Dinner. The Dinner was published in 2009 in Dutch; an English edition came out earlier this year. The psychological thriller sounds like a darker take on the structure of Gods of Carnage: two brothers and their wives have a fancy […]

NYC FILM MEETUP: The Dead Filmmakers Society (Sept. 22nd)


This upcoming Sunday, the 22nd, is a film meetup for The Dead Filmmakers Society. It’s a great meetup for indie filmmakers, from directors to writers and more, to gather and network. This meeting is from 1:00-3:00pm, at the Bryant Park Room (Glass Room in the Bank of America Tower) at 6th Ave. between 42nd and 43rd Street (On […]

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