Posts Tagged ‘indy film fest’
The filmmaker behind "We're Glad You're Here" discusses her film as a feminist experiment, filling a hole in the independent-film scene and life imitating art.
An adorably informative short film, "Something Left, Something Taken" is THE animated film for fans of "CSI" but is middle-school appropriate.
In this week's show, Joe and Chris yap about 2011's Indianapolis International Film Festival, running July 14-24.
A provocative, enlightening and interesting film, "Natural Selection" is a film that isn't afraid to take dramatic risks.
Three never-intertwining tales of working-class men are a wonderful example of cinematic portraits for the simple sake of portraiture.
A movie that's a paean to other movies might seem like navel-gazing. But "These Amazing Shadows" is a well-made, insightful overview of the history of cinema.
Director Ian Cheney's exploration of the topic of light pollution is illuminating and raises some questions that may not have occurred to you.
An examination of the causes of the Great Recession, "The Flaw" brings us face-to-face with the losers in the real estate bubble.
This spare, elegiac documentary is an intimate look at the lives of nomads in Kham, Tibet.
A mesmerizing portrait of a forgotten racing legend, his son and his historic car, "Boys of Bonneville: Racing on a Ribbon of Salt" is a cinematic thrill ride.
This often insightful documentary looks at the case of two supposed homegrown terrorists who were railroaded by the system.
This oft-riveting look at the state-run cinema of Yugoslavia during the Cold War takes us into a world few Americans have seen.
A collection of four 3-minute documentaries, each a mini-portrait of unique individuals living in the United Arab Emirates.
A look at the topic of collaborative art, "Type A" focuses on a two-man team whose work has evolved from competition to something much more about community.