2010 Indy Int’l Film Festival
Director Nancy Carlson talked to us about her delightful new documentary covering the history of US 40.
Seth W. Owen made one of the most unique films at this year's festival: the comedic story of a band of peeping toms.
The "One Hundred Mornings" director discusses the film, not telling the audience what has happened, and creating a film that is both universal and specific to a certain culture.
Stephanie Wang-Breal directed "Wo Ai Ni Mommy," a documentary about one Chinese girl's adoption by an American family.
Edgers chatted with The Yap about his documentary "Do It Again," his love for The Kinks and shifting his film's focus.
This documentary reexamines all of the Bible evidence that has been used against homosexuality.
Greg Luna talks his film "MWM," which explores the one place gay men are able to safely come out of the closet--the Internet.
"Rise" should take its place in line of incredible stories of hope, rebellion and triumph in its genre.
A lot like time-traveling back to your college years: fun and breezy, but not really as interesting as you seem to remember.
This engaging documentary explores the first, fatal -- but perhaps successful -- attempt to climb Mount Everest.
“Hector Corp” places a finger firmly on the pulse of modern America — and captures all its financial fears.
This 6-minute animated short looks at a former Hollywood movie monster in his declining years.