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The Coolest Movie Theaters in NYC

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With the impending summer months, chilling out and enjoying a movie at the theater is one of the best things you can do to beat the heat – especially in New York City. From modern to antiquated, NYC boasts tons of awesome movie theaters just waiting for you to come and explore. Check out this […]

Indie Film Distributing Tips

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Thanks to an abundance of creative minds and easily accessible technology, becoming an independent (indie) filmmaker is now easier than ever. However, with so many up and coming indie filmmakers, it can often seem daunting to distribute or market an independent film to the greater population. All is not lost, as these three tips for […]

Featured Indie Films for October 2015!

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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 […]

Synopsis: The Girl Who Wasn’t Missing

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Premiere 2011   Length 70 Minutes Starring: Kai Lanette, Alyssa Hedrick, Rob Dale, Jerell Gray Director, Editor, Camera: Shane Ryan (credited as Bonéshin) Writers: Kai Lanette, Shane Ryan (credited as Bonéshin) Producers: Sean Cain, Jeremy Williams “The Girl Who Wasn’t Missing” directed by Shane Ryan tell the story of a 15 year old girl named Echo. Echo becomes pregnant from being sexually assaulted by […]

Review: Hard Sun

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“Hard Sun” tells a story about 23 year old Ruth who assumes primary guardianship of her special needs brother Riley after the death of her parents. However,as she attempts to balance her new life with her brother and her own blossoming romance, it becomes painfully clear that life will only make room for one. Written […]

Review: Under Gottsunda by Swedish director Viktor Johansson

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Under Gottsunda is a feature film about kids growing up in Gottsunda, a housing project in Uppsala, Sweden. Directed by acclaimed Swedish author Viktor Johansson this story explores the hidden world of transitioning into adulthood and growing up unheard. Viktor Johansson’s latest book The Dark Sport is the basis his feature debut Under Gottsunda. The entire […]

Kickstarter Indie Movie: Avenue X (A Film Noir)

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Avenue X, an indie film by Benjamin To, tells the story of a detective who’s trying to find a missing child. When the detective meets Christopher, a chef who works at a restaurant that’s being run by the mob, their lives strike together and different aspects of their past show a shocking revelation to a […]

NYC Film Meetup: Females in Film Alliance

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NYC is a great hub for film meetups, from students and indie filmmakers to film buffs and fans! Throughout each month, the city is sprawling with groups. One new group is Females in Film Alliance! This a group for females who are involved in the filmmaking process. All skill levels and roles in the industry are […]

Featured Indie Films and Filmmakers for March 2014!

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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 a good story! These are […]

Preview: Leaving Circadia

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Leaving Circadia is a 2013 “romantic dramedy” that follows a group of 30-something friends living in a Brooklyn Brownstone as they confront love and new responsibilities in the final days of their late twenties bachelorhood. This is a refreshing NYC-area indie film! “Leaving Circadia,” an independent film began filming at Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City […]

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