Indy Film Festival
This documentary may be short, but clearly, people are going to receive a colossal impact from it.
This ageless, gentle documentary looks at life inside a sleepy little Indiana town where most of the businesses are closed up but Hoosier hearts swing wide open.
“Lines” is a powerfully beautiful short film. Their words are inspiring and hold so much power.
Indy Film Fest Board of Directors President Rebecca Berfanger talks about holding their second fest during pandemic, and how she's watched some early filmmakers' children grow up.
Highlighting both the joys and trials of growing up Black in the Midwest, three Black Milwaukee residents confront and reconcile the unrequited love between them and their city. Separated into three chapters, the film explores the childhood experience for Black kids. From the moments when they lost their innocence to the outward expression that defined […]
The director of "The Catch" talks about his film, which was based on true crime reporting and personal stories heard on lobster boats and in small towns across New England.
Lauren Z. Ray, director of "Welcome to Monterey," reflects on the documentary of the town her family has called home for more than 150 years.
“Sleeze Lake” is a nostalgic look at custom van enthusiasts and their own little subculture.