“Indies have low overhead, are nimble, and rarely work by committees,” Spillman says.
Many of those films you mentioned fall in the $2-10 million range, and that range for Indies is really disappearing.
“It is by necessity that the Indies are really beating the bushes and looking for the new and interesting,” he says.
Only 18 electoral votes, but this is where Indies may swing the national election.
Posey, it seems, has mixed feelings about her Queen of the Indies title.
Can he have loved her, Sir, to leave her in the quiet possession of another, and take himself off again to the Indies?
There he would again spread his adventurous sail, having discovered a new route to China and the Indies.
The overland trade to the Indies and China dwindled to insignificant proportions.
"the Indies" than those which had from time immemorial been followed.
Cho-Sen was Indies enough for him could he but work it right.
1550s, plural of Indie, Indy, from Middle English Ynde (early 13c.) "India," from the Old French form of Latin India (see India). Commonly applied to Asia and the East, later applied to the Caribbean basin, in a time of geographical confusion, which was distinguished from Asia proper by being called the West Indies.
"independent record company," 1945, shortening of independent (among the earliest mentioned were Continental, Majestic, and Signature); used of film production companies since 1920s, of theaters from 1942; extended by 1984 to a type of pop music issued by such labels.
Playing indie rock: Really they're just five soft-spoken indie prepsters who happen to rule nice-kid noise pop (1990s+)
: one indie pic company
An independent, esp an independent movie producer (1928+ Movie studio)