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  1. Dec 16, 2015 · Where there exists a large and powerful commercial film industry, as in the US (see independent cinema (US); usa film in the) and India (see india, film in), independence is commonly defined simply as every filmmaking institution and/or body of work produced outside the mainstream.

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  3. An independent film, independent movie, indie film, or indie movie is a feature film or short film that is produced outside the major film studio system, in addition to being produced and distributed by independent entertainment companies (or, in some cases, distributed by major companies). Independent films are sometimes distinguishable by ...

  4. American independent films were films that could be made for € 10-15,000, truly unusual figures for Hollywood industrial cinema which in the 1950s was still the most popular, despite the development of the noir genre in the 1940s offered the possibility of reducing costs, compared often and willingly high-level screenplays, which proved to be …

  5. At this time in film history, the term “independent” began to take on some of its many different attached labels and definitions. After 1909, as programs like the Independent Film Protective Association (an organization created to shield independents from the Trust) (Alvarez 249) became necessary for filmmakers and distribution

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  6. All of the major independent producers of the 1920s through 1950s, at one time or another, released their films through United Artists. In fact, the first independent film production to win the Best Picture Oscar was David O. Selznick’s [UA release] Rebecca in 1940.

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