2011 Film Independent SPIRIT AWARD Nominations You Can Watch At Home On DemandDecember 01, 2010


2011 Film Independent SPIRIT AWARD Nominations You Can Watch At Home On Demand

Film Independent

Film Independent, the non-profit arts organization that produces the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival, announced nominations for the 2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards. Three of the five nominees for Best Feature (Greenberg, The Kids Are All Right and Winter’s Bone), as well as many of the most nominated films, are already available to watch On Demand.

 

2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards
(Eva Mendes, Jeremy Renner)

 

Selected from 220 submissions, this year’s winners will be announced at the Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. on the beach in Santa Monica. The 26th annual awards show will be hosted by Joel McHale ("The Soup," "Community") and air exclusively that night on IFC at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT.

 

2011 Film Independent Spirit Awards

 

On Demand Weekly has noted which films are available now On Demand so you can catch up at home on the independent films everyone is talking about this week. Enjoy!

FILM TITLE (# OF NOMINATIONS)
Winter’s Bone
- Roadside Attraction (7) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
The Kids Are All Right - Focus Features (5) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
Black Swan - Fox Searchlight (4)
Greenberg
- Focus Features (4) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
Rabbit Hole - Lionsgate (4)
127 Hours
- Fox Searchlight (3)
Jack Goes Boating
- Overture Films (3)
Tiny Furniture
- IFC Films (3) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
Daddy Longlegs - IFC Films (2) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
Life During Wartime
- IFC Films (2) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
Exit Through the Gift Shop - Producers Distribution Agency / FilmBuff (1) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
Lovers of Hate - IFC Films (1) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND
Night Catches Us - Magnolia Pictures (1) AVAILABLE NOW ON DEMAND

 

2011 SPIRIT AWARD NOMINATIONS

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5 Things You Need To Know About SOUND OF MY VOICEOctober 17, 2012


5 Things You Need To Know About SOUND OF MY VOICE

Fox Searchlight

SOUND OF MY VOICE follows couple Peter (Christopher Denham) and Lorna (Nicole Vicius) as they take their passion for documentary filmmaking to the next level by personally infiltrating a mysterious cult. The cult’s wildly charismatic leader Maggie (Brit Marling) has convinced her followers that she is a visitor from the future and that they have been chosen to survive, but only if they chose to follow her.

 

Bent on exposing Maggie, Peter and Lorna will do anything to prove that she is a fraud. However Maggie is as manipulative as she is beautiful, and they are drawn to her despite themselves. SOUND OF MY VOICE is a thought-provoking thriller that pulls the audience into Peter and Lorna’s journey of discovering what exactly is real and what is insanity. 

 




5 Things You Need To Know About SOUND OF MY VOICE


1. SOUND OF MY VOICE premiered in 2011 at the Sundance Film Festival.

 

Christopher Denham Nicole Vicius / SOUND OF MY VOICE (Fox Searchlight)

2. Subsequently the film won the Golden Octopus award for the best international fantastic film at the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival in September 2012.

3. Brit Marling, who plays Maggie, was involved with ANOTHER EARTH, which also premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2011. She co-wrote and stars in both films, and while making them split her time by working on one in the mornings and the other in the afternoons.

4. The films director Zal Batmanglij was born in France and grew up in Washington D.C. He attended Georgetown University, where he was studying anthropology, when he met Brit Marling. While at Georgetown the two made three shorts together which all won the school’s highest prize for filmmaking.

 

Christopher Denham and Brit Marling SOUND OF MY VOICE (Fox Searchlight)

5. Brit Marling stated that she and Zal Batmanglij discovered, while they were at Georgetown, that they shared a similar interest in films that were lyrical, beautiful, substantive, complicated, and dark. However, they also shared a common interest in big blockbuster films, and used SOUND OF MY VOICE as an exploration of merging these two things together. 

 

 

 

- Kate Asche Wilson

 

Kate
Kate Asche Wilson is a new contributing writer to On Demand Weekly. She is a graduate from the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University where she received a BA in Screenwriting. In her spare time Kate likes to take long walks on the beach, and watch telenovelas. Follow her on Twitter @KATEDOESLIFE

 

Look for SOUND OF MY VOICE (Fox Searchlight) in your movies on demand section.

 

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