Mood Indigo

Film Journal For Independent Cinema


Specialising in innovative films of cultural significance

Latest Reviews

  • Mood Indigo

    Michel Gondry

    Gondry's adaptation of Boris Vian's surreal/absurd 1947 novel, 'L'Ecume des Jours', loses momentum after a lively opening.

  • Joe

    David Gordon Green

    A triumphant return to form for David Gordon Green, who breathes new life into the increasingly worn-out southern-Gothic sub-genre with this compelling Texan mood piece, which finds compassion and brutality cohabiting in America's semi-lawless backwaters.

  • The Golden Dream

    Diego Quemada-Díez

    Three Guatemalan teens travel the same well-trodden path as many thousands before, searching for the American Dream in Diego Quemada-Díez's outstanding illegal immigration drama.

  • Boyhood

    Richard Linklater

    A deeply intimate coming-of-age epic shot in less than 6 weeks over 12 years with the actors meeting up every once in a while for just a few days at a time as schedules allowed.

  • Begin Again

    John Carney

    A retro odd couple comedy brings a young singer-songwriter into contact with a washed-up producer where charm renders any contrivance largely irrelevant.

  • Camille Claudel 1915

    Bruno Dumont

    Bruno Dumont's profound new feature dramatises Camille Claudel's traumatic confinement in an asylum after being 'diagnosed' with paranoid schizophrenia two years earlier.

Latest News

  • Cohen Media takes Venice title

    Cohen Media Group has snapped up U.S. distribution rights to Benoit Jacquot's love triangle melodrama, 'Three Hearts', just days after its world premiere in Venice's main competition.

  • Release date for ‘Triple Nine’

    Open Road will release John Hillcoat’s corruption thriller, 'Triple Nine', on September 11, 2015, leaving it well placed for a world premiere at Venice or Toronto and an award season campaign.

  • Drafthouse and Participant Media take high profile doc

    Drafthouse Films and Participant Media have picked up US distribution rights to Joshua Oppenheimer’s 'The Look Of Silence', which premiered today in competition at the Venice International Film Festival.