Posts Tagged ‘indy film fest’
This first feature film from Tim Bartell shows all the verve of young talent, and all the jitters.
A high-concept horror film set in a post-apocalyptic world where a virus is turning people into cannibals.
Kevin Pang, one of the directors of the Indy Film Fest documentary "For Grace," talks about following a chef for more than a year.
One of the smartest and most ambitious romantic films in a while, "Sleeping with Other People" laughs at the tragedy of love.
A surprisingly emotional and engaging portrait of severely wounded people, "Funny Bunny" is a must-see at Indy Film Fest.
The new movie starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Michael Fassbender plays at the White Rabbit Cabaret Oct. 30.
Leah Meyerhoff, writer/director of "I Believe in Unicorns," talks about making her first feature film while still a NYU grad student.
A running diary of the 2014 Indy Film Fest, held at the Indianapolis Museum of Art July 17-26.
Lance Edmands of "Bluebird" talks about assembling a monster cast — Amy Morton, John Slattery, Margo Martindale, Adam Driver — as a rookie director.
An overview of the 2014 Indy Film Fest, running in Indianapolis July 18-25, this is your essential guide to the film festival's can't-miss events.
A funny and smart look at New York City Millennial women flailing and failing to make it to the beach, and through life.
Spare and bleak, "Bluebird" is about a life-changing event in a blue-collar community, and how it reverberates through various lives.