Posts Tagged ‘Indiana’
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Indy Film Fest: Admit One: The Story of the Goshen Theater

The film highlights the thought that instead of communities choosing to tear down these giants from the past, they can instead embrace them and bring them back to life for future generations.
Nurse practitioner Jessica Macleod tends to Roger Brown, one of her homebound patients, in 2016's "The Invisible Patients," a documentary directed by Patrick O'Connor.

Indy Film Fest: The Invisible Patients

A documentary about healthcare in Indiana that elevates itself above other alarm-sounding peers with gallows humor, observant composition and artful pacing.

One Day in April

Bloomington's world renowned "Little 500" is every bit as grueling and triumphant as "Breaking Away" romanticized.

REEL BOB: For the most part, Oscars got it right

Bob Bloom offers his reactions to the 2015 Oscar nominations, released January 15. Who was snubbed, who surprised, and who will win? Bob has a little insight.

Randy Newman composer for the movies

Randy Newman

The famed singer and composer talks about his music, his Oscars and that "¡Three Amigos" screenwriting credit.
Diabolique Odd One Out

Diabolique International Film Festival Reviews, Part II

More movie reviews from the horror selections from the Diabolique International Film Festival runs Sept. 19-20 at IU Cinema in Bloomington.

Diabolique International Film Festival

Diabolique International Film Festival Reviews, Part I

Movie reviews and a preview of the Diabolique International Film Festival, a horror fest playing Bloomington's IU Cinema Sept. 19-20.
movie review A Million Ways to Die in the West

A Million Ways to Die in the West

"A Million Ways to Die in the West" is a disappointing sophomore effort by writer/director Seth MacFarlane.