Posts Tagged ‘indy film fest’
The Film Yap sits down with Vince Grashaw, director, producer and writer of "Coldwater," which is playing at the Indy Film Fest.
Writer/director Dan Hartley talks about making his semi-autobiographical drama, "Lad: A Yorkshire Story."
Andrew Cohn, co-director of the documentary "Medora" about a small-town Indiana high school basketball team, talks about making the film.
Nikki Braendlin talks about her debut as a feature film writer/director with "As High as the Sky"
Danny Madden's innovative drama takes place in the mind of a teen on a strange aural journey.
The messy breakout of democracy in Tunisia is chronicled in this often engaging documentary from Jaime Otero Romani.
Hoosier Mike James decided to put on a concert in the desert featuring his favorite bands and made a movie about the effort.
A 30-year-long attempt to make the greatest animated film ever is chronicled in Kevin Schreck's ambitious doc.
It's OK for documentary films to advocate a cause, but not to push you around. "Fall and Winter" is a heavy-handed, hectoring mess.
This terrific documentary takes us deep inside the "tiny home" movement, where people live in houses the size of a McMansion walk-in closet.
"As High As The Sky" is a witty and skillful look at a trio of women in a character study of moods, family ties and best-kept secrets.
Dan Hartley's semi-autobiographical tale about a troubled youth finding an unlikely father figure is as pure and gorgeous as the Yorkshire hills.
Cerebral and ambitious, "The K Effect. Stalin's editor" attempts to rewrite the language of film, but forgets to tell an engaging story.