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Not sure of what to get for your friends and family members with a discerning taste in film this holiday season? Look no further than this “indie” holiday gift guide! Try these quirky titles from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment – these critical darlings are sure to please any indie film fan, no matter what their favorite genre is!
The Art of Getting By
Bring home the Sundance Film Festival favorite, The Art of Getting By, this December. Staring Freddie Highmore and Emma Roberts, this film is the story of an artistic, fatalistic teen who starts an unconventional romance with a “popular” girl. Available on Blu-ray and DVD, this touching and quirky tale is a must-have for any indie romance fan.
Newcomer Brit Marling stars in Mike Cahill’s directorial debut, the award-winning Another Earth. This profound and emotional film is a perfect way to gear up for the New Year, emphasizing new beginnings and life-changing possibilities. This drama is a great gift for even the most critical film aficionado!
Tree of Life
Celebrate life this holiday season, and bring home the much lauded, award-winning film, The Tree of Life, from writer/director Terrence Malick. Full of stunning cinematography and raw emotional power, The Tree of Life Blu-Ray Combo Pack is the perfect present for your favorite cerebral film fan or audio/visual geek!
Laugh along with John C. Reilly and Jacob Wysocki in Terri, available on Blu-ray and DVD. Follow the socially awkward (yet loveable) teen, Terri, through his high school, filled with quirky characters and unusual coming-of-age experiences. Fans of indie comedies about lovable losers would love a copy of Terri this holiday season!
Cheer this December with Win Win, starring Paul Giamatti, Amy Ryan, and newcomer Alex Shaffer. This dark comedy tells the tale of a high school wrestling coach who takes on a teen runaway/champion wrestler, only to find out that this win/win situation isn’t as “winning” as he thought. Indie film fans will appreciate writer/director Tom McCarthy’s unusually hilarious story.
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
Celebrate life-long friendship this holiday season with the film adaptation of Lisa See’s best-selling novel, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan. Set in both 19th century and present day China, Snow Flower is the tale of two women and their descendants who share a life-long bond as sworn sisters. This touching film is from critically acclaimed director Wayne Wang (The Joy Luck Club).
Brand New Day
This Australian musical comedy will be a hit with music-loving indie film fans!
For your chance to win a copy of one of these outstanding indie films, simply answer the following question:
Who directed Another Earth?
• Mike Cahill
• Terrence Malick
• Tom McCarthy
Two winners will be chosen at Random and contacted by email on December 20, 2011.
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