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Misfire: The Rise and Fall of the Shooting Gallery (2013)

"Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery", is a documentary about the independent film company responsible for art-house hits "You Can Count On Me" and "Laws of Gravity". It was ... See full summary »

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Whitney Ransick
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Credited cast:
Robin Tunney ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ray Angelic Ray Angelic ... Himself
Miguel Arteta ... Himself
Mark Chandler Bailey Mark Chandler Bailey ... Himself
Eamonn Bowles ... Himself
Peter Broderick Peter Broderick ... Himself
Maggie Carino-Ganias Maggie Carino-Ganias ... Herself
Jamie Chvotkin Jamie Chvotkin ... Himself
Barry Cole Barry Cole ... Himself
Edie Falco ... Herself
Hampton Fancher ... Himself
George Feaster George Feaster ... Himself
F.X. Feeney F.X. Feeney ... Himself
James Foley ... Himself
Elizabeth Gardner Elizabeth Gardner ... Herself
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"Misfire: The Rise and Fall of The Shooting Gallery", is a documentary about the independent film company responsible for art-house hits "You Can Count On Me" and "Laws of Gravity". It was a company that rose to the top echelons of the independent film scene in the 90s before financial risk-taking caused its spectacular crash. In 1991 a group of young filmmakers banded together in a NYC loft to make personal films at a time when the "golden age of independent film" was underway with the emergence of the Sundance Film Festival. As independent film became a household word, The Shooting Gallery found ultimate success with the Academy Award winning, "Sling Blade". But success came at a cost. Many of the original founders of The Shooting Gallery left as business self-interest replaced the earlier common purpose. Soon the Shooting Gallery was rapidly becoming a "new media" company whose very expansion was being funded by Wall Street money generated by the Internet craze of the go-go 90's. ... Written by Whitney Ransick

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 October 2013 (USA) See more »

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TSG Documentary See more »
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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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