Congratulations to the 2014 Skyline Indie Film Fest Winners!

Please join us in in congratulating all the winners for this year's festival! Thank you to all the filmmakers who submitted, to all the filmmakers who were present at the festival, to everyone who bought a ticket and joined us at our events! We can't do it without you!

2014 Festival Winners

What does “indie” mean to you?

Here at Skyline Indie Film Fest, indie means off the beaten path. It means doing something because you love it. It means overcoming obstacles that could be swept aside if you only had a few more dollars in your bank account. By getting your message across through the use of resourcefulness and adaptability. It means taking initiative, being responsible, and getting in the face of and not backing down from obstacles, naysayers, and detractors. The indie spirit is alive and well and here, we support, embrace, and celebrate it. Help us…

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    There are so many indie films released every single day that is seems impossible to keep up with them all.  My feeds are overflowing with new articles, reviews, technological advances in film making, project casting news and casting surprises, festival updates and more.  And consider all the ways new distribution models available making it even easier to […][Keep reading...]

  • Doc Film Differentiation

    Documentary films are an odd duck for me.  I find it very hard to separate the film maker and their ability from the subject matter; thereby I tend to give praise or criticism of the director based on the content. This isn’t fair to the film maker and it allows my personal experience with the […][Keep reading...]

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    Cube, a near perfect blend of horror and sci-fi with an abundance of intrigue, is one of my all time favorite indie films, and probably the most mainstream on my list.  It throws together seemingly random strangers in a desperate and dangerous circumstance, each of whom are significant to the collective’s survival.  Their initial reactions […][Keep reading...]