2012 Indy Int’l Film Festival
First-time filmmaker Olivia Silver talks about directing John Hawkes and some promising young actors in "Arcadia," an evocative coming-of-age road-trip story.
"Wonder Women" is Saturday-afternoon documentary material, and I mean that in the best possible way.
Writer/director/sometimes actor Bob Byington, sometimes called the indie-film scene's best-kept secret, talks about his new film, "Somebody Up There Likes Me."
Ryan Prows, the writer and director of the dramatic short film "Narcocorrido," talks about his thesis project for the American Film Institute.
An airy, light, fun, diverting trifle that captures the fun and spirit of a strange obsession.
Mark Potts, co-director, co-writer and star of the Indy Film Fest comedy/drama "Cinema Six," talks about life behind the concession bar and the camera.
A PBS-style documentary focusing on the trials and tribulations of labor unions in the auto industry. More than just a history lesson, it's a family affair.
A must-see documentary for movie lovers, an essential look into the industry and a rare opportunity to hear the giants of the industry talk about their craft.
That awkward moment when a widower introduces her grown children to her new boyfriend is perfectly executed in this drama short.
A timely seasonal drama about a young woman's transition from carefree teenager to responsible adult.
Technically impressive, "(notes on) biology" is more like a warmup exercise to a movie than an actual, even short, one.
Like a mini-epic, "Narcocorrido" feels like part of a much grander story, of which we're only seeing a small slice.