2013 Indy Int’l Film Festival
Liv and Ingmar is a film about passion, love and the enduring connection two spirits can have. It is wonderfully romantic yet tragically sad.
"A Song Still Inside" is a raw portrayal of the struggles a young couple faces when careers and relationships collide.
Merete Mueller, co-director of the documentary "TINY: A Story About Living Small," talks about making the film and her personal journey.
"The Jogger" is the cinematic equivalent of such grammatical taboos as incomplete thoughts and sentence fragments, though not without certain promising elements.
A heartwarming, albeit cornball, documentary about the life of the ever-diminishing 12-month Santa.
Despite giving away an important plot twist in the opening sequence, "Gofer" oozes genuine drama.
A 2-minute video review of Dislecksia: The Movie, an entrant into the 2013 Indianapolis International Film Festival.
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.