Set in the early '80s, the movie sprung from "the deepest, darkest depths" of Bujalski's subconscious
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With a sure hand, the still-laid-back and lo-fi mumblecore matures
But will young people come to Brooklyn?
It's not as easy as the [rhymes with Dumbledore] crew would have us think
Studio bosses and talent come to blows in L.A. New York's indie film industry gets caught in the crossfire
From diving bells to red balloons, the NYFF's critical condition
Films by, for, and about twentysomethings are having a moment. IM someone about it.
Bishop Allen's near-catastrophic 2006 EP project is a nearly complete success
From Al Basrah to the AMC, 2006 meant war
Indie road movie takes an adventure out of time
Fumbling Brooklyn hipsters fail to connect in Bujalski's fascinating micro-budget indie
Vancouver's hefty haul still has an intimate feel
Indie captures twentysomething indecision, like, perfectly