Next Wave Films was launched in March, 1997 by The Independent Film Channel, the first cable network dedicated to films made outside the Hollywood studio system. Next Wave Films was created to support the dynamic independent feature movement. In an era of skyrocketing Hollywood spending, the success of such films as Slacker, El Mariachi, Clerks, Star Maps, and Go Fish dramatically demonstrated how much independents can achieve on very limited budgets.
- provides press releases for members of the press on Next Wave Films. Releases include Agenda 2000 press release Paper Chasers, Manic, Keep The River on Your Right, and Fighter press releases.
- The press log of all press on Next Wave. click on clips for articles and excerpts from magazines, newspapers, and other websites concerning Next Wave Films.
OTHER PRESS HIGHLIGHTS:
- >> 08/02/02 -- Next Wave Films continues to build their new website during the summer of 2002.
- >> 04/26/02 --SOME BODY directed by Henry Barrial and starring Stephanie Bennett opened April 26, 2002 in New York City and distributed by Lot 47. Please visit the Some Body website for more theatrical dates around the U.S.
- >> 01/21/02 -- BLUE VINYL wins the 2002 Sundance Film Festival award for Best Cinematography. Next Wave Films serves as the producer's rep on the feature documentary directed by Judith Helfand and Daniel Gold.
- >> 03/2001 -- Keep the River on Your Right: A Modern Cannibal Tale won the $20,000 Truer Than Fiction award from IFP/West (The Independent Feature Project West who bring you the Independent Spirit Awards). Other Awards include: The Special Jury Award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam. http://www.idfa.nl/festival/idfa_rood_n.html
- >> 02/2001 SOUND AND FURY was nominated for Best Documentary in the 73rd Academy Awards!
- >> 02/2001 SOUTHERN COMFORT wins the Grand Jury Prize in the Documentary Competition at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival.
- >> 01/2001 Southern Comfort, Some Body, and Manic chosen as Official Selections of the 2001 Sundance Film Festival.
- >> November 2000 Scientific American Magazine article by Peter Broderick on your news stands now.
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