Photographer Greg Henry has been documenting the indie scene for several years. These photos from his recent exhibit at Los Angeles’ Paul Kopeikin Gallery inspired an upcoming book project by Henry and film critic Stephen Farber. The project details the historic and cultural influences of the creative forces behind American independent filmmaking.
Todd Haynes, director of “Poison” and “Safe,” is directing “Velvet Goldmine” for Miramax.
Ted Hope is a co-partner in Good Machine Prods. with James Schamus, and co-owner of Spin Cycle Post in Manhattan.
Parker Posey recently appeared in indie hit “The Daytrippers” and in upcoming Miramax release “The House of Yes,” as well as “Clockwatchers” and “SubUrbia.”
Liev Schreiber co-starred with Posey in “The Daytrippers” and is working on “Scream II.”
Jon Favreau wrote and co-starred in “Swingers” and currently is acting in actioner “Deep Impact” from Zanuck/Brown Prods.
Tamra Davis directed “Guncrazy” and recently completed “Best Men,” starring Drew Barrymore, to be released by MGM.
Richard Linklater is directing historical drama “The Newton Boys” for 20th Century Fox and is part owner of the Austin Film Center in Texas.