REVIEW: ONE WEEK AND A DAY

A bright light in Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Film Festival in November 2016 was director and co-writer Lukasz Grzegorzek’s film debut and Bildungsroman, Kamper, one of the three films in the festival presented by the Polish Cultural Council. The film’s focus, appropriately, is Kamper (Piotr Zurawski), a millennial man-boy with a job in video game development, […]

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REVIEW: KAMPER

A bright light in Pittsburgh’s Three Rivers Film Festival in November 2016 was director and co-writer Lukasz Grzegorzek’s film debut and Bildungsroman, Kamper, one of the three films in the festival presented by the Polish Cultural Council. The film’s focus, appropriately, is Kamper (Piotr Zurawski), a millennial man-boy with a job in video game development, […]

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REVIEW: BACK FOR GOOD

It’s an age-old story. You’re a starving artist in New York City. For you, catching a callback is like catching a fruit fly. In the dark. With a bucket on your head. You’re exhausted by the parade of bottomless auditions, the one-night stands and the uncomfortable mornings, the lack of human response. Sadly for our […]

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Indieground is back online

  It’s been a while since we’ve posted, let me see if this thing still works… So another year, another move. This time last year we were basking in the sun during a prolonged but temporary stay in LA. Now that that’s come and gone, we’re happy to announce we’re settling into our new (and long […]

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