The Independent Feature Film Market marked its 20th anniversary amid signs that it may have outlived much of its usefulness. From September 18 to 25, 603 filmmakers representing 434 projects flocked to the Angelika theater complex to display their work to some 1200 exhibitors, distributors, promoters, and supporters of independent film. On or about the fourth day of round-the-clock screenings and schmoozing, I found in my mailbox two pieces of promo material that, unintentionally, summed up the prevailing mood. One was a simple screening announcement with the words ''See you in hell'' printed below the title. The other was a three-inch... More >>>