Posts Tagged ‘Indy Film Festival’
“Baby Bump” will probably offend or even sicken some people. One thing it won’t do is bore you.
“Curious Worlds: The Art & Imagination of David Beck” is an enchanting tour of the mind of a craftsman who builds beguiling fantasy worlds out of limitless ingenuity.
"A Space Program" is a fascinating art film that takes the heart and the mind to the stars in a rocket made of detritus and imagination.
Writer/director Mitchell Kezin discusses his film "Jingle Bell Rocks!," a documentary entry into the 2014 Indy Film Fest.
"Jingle Bell Rocks!" doesn’t seek to rationalize or justify the writer/director's obsession with Christmas music. Rather it's more like his Christmas gift to us.
Usama Alshaibi explores post-9/11 Arab American identity, interspersing the personal stories of others with his own experiences.
Usama Alshaibi, director of "American Arab," talks about the film, the current situation in the Middle East, his family, and his creative influences.
“If the Seed Doesn’t Die” is a touching tale of how far a parent will go for his children, no matter how old they get.
Veteran television writer/producer Michael J. Weithorn has directed his first feature film, the drama/comedy "A Little Help" starring Jenna Fischer.