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Indy Film Fest

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What To See At Indy Film Fest

The adventures come from films in competition, including these five picks—and one dud—from among the stack I had an opportunity to screen in advance.

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Here’s Your Chance To Float In The Canal

Taking a dip in downtown’s canal isn’t permitted outside of sanctioned events like this one.

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What To See At Indy Film Fest

Conclusion: Your odds are better with documentaries.

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What’s New At The Indy Film Fest?

You really could use a night away from Netflix.

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Indy Film Fest Highlights Local Filmmaking

One of Indianapolis’s perennial cultural events of the year, the Indy Film Fest has returned for 10 days of independent films. The festival, which draws local, national, and international talent, got under way Thursday, July 13, and runs through Saturday, July 23 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indy Film Fest features movies across all genres, budgets, and […]

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Festival of Film: Indy Rediscovers the Joys of Going to the Movies

In the age of Netflix, Hulu, and HBONow, where a movie night usually means sitting on your couch with a remote in hand, film-going is a becoming a lost art. But thanks to a growing number of film festivals and a dedicated group of local cinephiles, Indianapolis has been finding its joys all over again.

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Tweets of the Week: Religious Freedom Restoration Act

You can’t not have an opinion about Indiana Senate Bill 101.

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Indy Film Fest: 5 Tips to Get the Most Out of These Movies

Survival tips for the 10th Indy Film Fest, July 18-28 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art and elsewhere around town.

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Indy Film Fest Q&A: Joe Swanberg of Drinking Buddies

“Drinking Buddies” director Joe Swanberg looks forward to Indy Film Fest’s opening night July 18 and answers our questions about being a filmmaker.

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Hoosier Connections at Indy Film Fest

The movies in this year’s Indy Film Fest that have Indiana connections are as diverse as the rest of the entries in the lineup: A love story about a girl and the search for just the right chair, Crush by Rebecca Pugh (co-directed with Jen West); a thriller about a home invasion gone wrong, Home Security from Kate Chaplin; and a road trip movie about old friends, Billi & Theodore by Ronald Short. These are just three of the films in the Hoosier Lens category in the festival’s ninth year.

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Indy Film Fest Do's & Don'ts

The Indy Film Fest runs July 19-29, and a former IM staffer and current volunteer movie screener has the goods here:

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Q&A: Lisa Trifone, Indy Film Fest Managing Director

The ninth Indy Film Fest, also known as the Indianapolis International Film Festival, started on a high note with a successful opening night, July 19, and continues through July 29. The movies vary in length, genre, and origin. Films in the first weekend represented filmmakers as far-flung as the Philippines, Iran, Italy, and South Africa, not to mention a number of films from the United States, some with connections to Indiana.

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