2014 Indy Film Fest
Leah Meyerhoff, writer/director of "I Believe in Unicorns," talks about making her first feature film while still a NYU grad student.
A running diary of the 2014 Indy Film Fest, held at the Indianapolis Museum of Art July 17-26.
A breezy, intimate film about two young people about to marry, "Ice Saints" isn't profound, but it's revealing in more ways than one.
Using interviews and archived footage, Kennedy weaves a riveting tale about a period in American history that people either choose to forget or simply ignore.
"Point and Shoot" is an intimate look at a man with OCD and how it powered his "crash course in manhood."
There is nothing glamorous about working your way up from the bottom, but “the struggle” is what makes one appreciate any success that follows.
Lance Edmands of "Bluebird" talks about assembling a monster cast — Amy Morton, John Slattery, Margo Martindale, Adam Driver — as a rookie director.
An overview of the 2014 Indy Film Fest, running in Indianapolis July 18-25, this is your essential guide to the film festival's can't-miss events.
A funny and smart look at New York City Millennial women flailing and failing to make it to the beach, and through life.
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.