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The acclaimed writer-director visits with NUVO before traveling to Bloomington for an exhibition of his films.
An interview with Charles Burnett, the greatest American director you've never heard of, who will present his first feature film, 'Killer of Sheep,' Thursday at the IMA.
Funny or Die
crew rolls into Bloomington this weekend to screen their latest vids at IU Cinema. We talk with IU alum and Funny or Die producer Mike Farah.
We chat with the Danish filmmaker about violence, pornography and 'positive penetration' ahead of his Sept. 13 appearance at Bloomington's IU Cinema.
IU Cinema's Orphans Midwest symposium, devoted to neglected and ephemeral cinematic artifacts, opens Sept. 26 with a world premiere of Morrison's 'All Vows.'
The Diabolique Film Festival opens Thursday with a thriller more grounded in reality than the genre film festival's typical selections.
Part one of Sam's reviews of the fantastic, frightening films playing the Diabolique International Film Festival this weekend at Bloomington's IU Cinema.
Sam reviews 10 more must-see films showing at the Diabolique International Film Festival, a celebration of pulp filmmaking taking place this weekend at IU Cinema in Bloomington.
Found footage filmmaker Bill Morrison returns to IU Cinema this week with a surreal, stunning collage of corroded film footage depicting the most destructive flood in American history.
Two historic theaters in Danville and Franklin make the old new again this weekend with festivals celebrating the work of established and emerging filmmakers.
If the Heartland Film Festival isn
’t enough to quench your thirst for cinema, IU Cinema is offering quite an eclectic bunch of films this week.
Sam talks to some local critics about Steve James's latest film, Life Itself, a documentary portrait of Roger Ebert. James is appearing at Bloomington's IU Cinema this weekend.
Sam talks about the
Music at the Movies
theme happening across Indy this week, with
Tarantino in Concert
at Clowes Memorial Hall and IU Cinema's screening of classic music-themed films.
This week, IU Cinema is offering cinema that spans the globe, including films from IU students and regional filmmakers.
This Friday, IU Cinema's Underground Undone festival is showcasing
works that have been partially destroyed, left unfinished, finished posthumously, or otherwise designed to be indeterminate in ways that trouble finite ideas of film production and release.
is coming to IU Cinema this weekend to scare the hell out of you
— as it did the director of
New York-based underground filmmaker Beth B is coming to IU Cinema to present her latest documentary
— a backstage look at the world of burlesque.
Sam talks about the Science on Screen series at IU Cinema. Next up: a screening of three different cuts
— in one day — of the sci-fi classic Blade Runner.
IU Cinema finds itself at the intersection of human rights and documentary film this weekend with the In Light Film Festival.
The acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin is headed to IU Cinema this weekend for a retrospective of his work, which he described in a recent interview with NUVO as
“a form of therapy.”
Sam reviews the definitive film of upcoming IU Cinema guest Guy Maddin. My Winnipeg is a dreamy, nostalgic cine-essay on his hometown.