Indy Film Fest announces fall lineup

That's a nifty poster.

  • That's a nifty poster.

After a spring's and summer's worth of roving,

Indy Film Fest

is staying put for its Fall Movie Series, making

Do317 Lounge

its home base for four music-themed films. The lineup?

Mistaken for Strangers (Sept. 25), which is a little bit about The National and a lot about the relationship between the filmmaker and his brother, who happens to be the band's lead singer.

Muscle Shoals (Oct. 3), a profile of the titular northern Alabama town whose recording studios pumped out hit after hit through the latter half of the 20th century.

The History of Future Folk (Oct. 24), a super low-budget comedy about a crash-landed alien who comes to fall in love with humankind and take up the banjo after hearing their delightful traditional music.

And a documentary about Los Angeles indie hip-hop label Stones Throw Records, Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton (Nov. 7).

Doors open for all screenings at 7 p.m. for pre-show tunes provided by DJ Jon Rogers. All films start at 8 p.m. Tickets run $10 or $30 for all four screenings.