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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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 […]


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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Filmmaking to me is about working with friends and making something that excites you, which is exactly what Matt Cameron, Peter Giblin and I set out to do when we decided to team up for Process. We’re all writers/producers/directors to some degree, each with strengths that compliment the others. Peter can hammer out draft after draft with mind-bogging speed […]

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More festival news

There’s been a lot going on behind at scenes at the Indieground HQ the last couple of months, but I never seem to find the time to catch up the blog with all the goings on. But festival news is always worth writing about, and we’ve got not one, not two, but three new screenings coming […]

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