Posts Tagged ‘indy film fest’
A half-step down from a masterpiece, this gripping neo-Western explores the themes of alienation and degradation.
"Wind River," Taylor Sheridan's powerful follow-up to "Hell or High Water," is a contemplation of the strangers within our midst.
"Hear the Silence" is not your stereotypical war movie, but that's what makes it special.
An insightful look into a largely unknown period of Twain's life and a glimpse of the writer before he became *the* Mark Twain.
On this week's show Chris reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes" and "The Little Hours," plus his picks for Indy Film Fest.
The Hoosier director of "Signature Move" talks about her filmmaking journey in Indiana, describing herself as "a unicorn swimming uphill both ways in the snow."
An intriguing, insightful look into life through the eyes of a guy in a gorilla suit, "Sylvio" is the definition of "something different."
A searing drama with elements of race, morality and poverty, "A Quiet Storm" is one of the best of the Indy Film Fest