Still Indie At 40?

It’s funny that–oh, wait, no, it’s depressing, no, it’s funny, no, it’s–someone like Mary Harron who has done some good films has also done some great television, but somehow it comes off sounding like a bad thing.
I’d love to see any of the filmmakers in this article try taking the Soderbergh Bubble approach and attempt to break new business and economic ground with their films, too; they sound somehow trapped in a paradigm not entirely of their own making.
All that said, John Jost, whoa.
Survival Tips For The Aging Independent Filmmaker [nyt]