Must Watch: A Spectacular '15 Years of Fox Searchlight' Video
I have said time and time again that Fox Searchlight is one of my favorite studios in Hollywood. From the way they market and release their films, to the indies they acquire at festivals, there's just something about everything they do that I love. Searchlight was founded in 1995, making this year their 15th Anniversary. Our friends at SlashFilm recently found this spectacular 15 Years of Fox Searchlight montage video and it's a big must watch. "15 Years of Drama, Compassion, Icons, Romance and Challenges. Some of the best indie flicks came were brought to us by Fox Searchlight… Here's a quick recap of what they've brought us."
Head over to IMDb for a look at their full filmography and watch "15 Years of Fox Searchlight" below:
This was created by Kees van Dijkhuizen, who was commissioned by Fox Searchlight, and is responsible for many other great year-end montages. Some of the films featured include Juno, The Darjeeling Limited, Slumdog Millionaire, 28 Days Later, Sunshine, (500) Days of Summer, Napoleon Dynamite, The Last King of Scotland, Crazy Heart, Sexy Beast, One Hour Photo and Thirteen. I don't know how anyone with a heart can watch this and not be amazed at the quality of the content they both produce and distribute. They've got a fantastic year left, too, with Danny Boyle's 127 Hours and Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan both hitting in the next few months. Fox Searchlight, you are still the best, and congratulations on an incredible 15 years.
Reader Feedback - 11 Comments
I love it. They produce about 90% of my favorite indie movies.
Ben on Oct 29, 2010
Hell yeah Sunshine rocks!!! And so do those other movies hahaha
LINKFX on Oct 29, 2010
When Sufjan Stevens started playing = shivers down my spine. It's no coincidence that most of my favourite movies come from Fox Searchlight, i love them too 🙂 Congrats!!!
Ricardo on Oct 29, 2010
Whats the music?
mehran on Oct 29, 2010
John Murphy - Sunshine (Adagio In D Minor) and Sufjan Stephens - Chicago
First World Problem on Oct 29, 2010
Amazing collection of films... but, "The Ringer"? LOL! 🙂
eCAL on Oct 29, 2010
Sunshine was my favorite movie of that bunch.
Chad on Oct 29, 2010
Lol there as old as me. 😉 Anyway that's wonderful for them. Also one of my favorite studios as well. Keep up the good work. Congrats!
Caitie on Oct 29, 2010
im with you #2!!
Said on Oct 29, 2010
The Ringer was a good film, I enjoyed it.. Alex, you forgot Garden State 🙁
Zim. on Oct 30, 2010
Danny Boyle and John Murphy ftw. Best combo ever. <3
SuicidalOptimist on Oct 31, 2010
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