2011 Indy Int’l Film Festival
The writer-director of "Another Earth" sits down with the Yap to discuss his film debut and the sci-fi genre's ability to externalize internal monologues.
“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.
Documenting the lost art of audio verite, this exercise in voyeurism is as engaging as it is hilariously absurd.
A touching father/daughter bonding film, "Annabelle and Bear" is a worthwhile road trip.
Pickering speaks of basing his film on real life, creating characters who are more than archetypes and avoiding politics in a film about conservative Christians.
A powerful look at the Green Revolution of Iran in 2009 told through interviews, archival footage and haunting animation.
The filmmaker behind "We're Glad You're Here" discusses her film as a feminist experiment, filling a hole in the independent-film scene and life imitating art.
An adorably informative short film, "Something Left, Something Taken" is THE animated film for fans of "CSI" but is middle-school appropriate.
In this week's show, Joe and Chris yap about 2011's Indianapolis International Film Festival, running July 14-24.
A provocative, enlightening and interesting film, "Natural Selection" is a film that isn't afraid to take dramatic risks.
A playtime fantasy of 9-year-olds stranded all alone combined with harsh reality, "Jess and Moss" is a wondrous, beautiful film.