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Edge of Outside

In a year that saw independent movies taking center stage at the Oscars, Turner Classic Movies explores the uncompromising vision, creative spirit and maverick determination of independent filmmakers, both classic and current, in its first fully in-house produced original documentary, Edge of Outside, premiering Wednesday, July 5, at 8 p.m. ET.

Edge of Outside kicks off a month-long movie festival dedicated to filmmakers who have worked on the edges of Hollywood. A tribute to the fight for artistic freedom in American independent cinema, Edge of Outside features original interviews with Martin Scorsese, Peter Falk, Ed Burns, Spike Lee, Henry Jaglom, Arthur Penn, Gena Rowlands and John Sayles as well as friends and crew members who worked with classic filmmakers, including Nicholas Ray, John Cassavetes and Sam Peckinpah.

Offering an intimate look at the various issues, creative and personal, financial and emotional, this documentary illustrates the struggles endured by many classic filmmakers to create a personal vision, a vision mirrored by many contemporary directors today. Edge of Outside dispels the notion that an independent film is simply a low-budget film, instead defining the genre by the maverick filmmaker's ability to infuse his or her films with creative spirit and determination.

The documentary also illustrates the work of several maverick filmmakers including Orson Welles, Stanley Kubrick, Nicholas Ray, Samuel Fuller, Sam Peckinpah and John Cassavetes. Each of these directors took a different approach to producing films, whether part of the Hollywood studio system or not. Some have been able to survive within the system, others felt it necessary to be on their own and others were banished because of their fierce independence. However, their adamant drive to create a personal vision, despite many obstacles, exemplifies the significant influence they have had on the independent film movement of today.

"Classic films aren't represented only by box-office blockbusters and Oscar nominees," said Tom Karsch, executive vice president and general manager of Turner Classic Movies. "Turner Classic Movies takes pride in recognizing all cinematic accomplishments, no matter how small or large the director or studio, and bringing those triumphs to viewers' attention."

Edge of Outside is directed and produced by Shannon Davis, senior vice president of original production for TCM and executive-produced by Chris Merrifield, vice president and creative director of TCM on-air creative.

CLICK HERE to visit the official Edge of Outsite site.

Edge of Outside premieres Wednesday, July 5, at 8 p.m. ET.

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Evan Jacobs