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The opening night of the IFF was held at the Toby, and featured a compelling film called Another Earth, a hint of films to come for this festival, which lasts until July 24.
Indy Film Fest kicked off the run-up to its summer movie festival with The Bigger Picture Show, a showcase of new posters for old movies.
'Searching for Sonny,' a broad comedy/mystery about a pizzaman who finds purpose, is our top pick from the American Spectrum slate.
Three Indiana-made features at this year's fest
— road trip movie 'Billi
Theodore,' rich mood piece 'Late Summer' and raunchy comedy 'Video Stop'
— rated three stars each.
Detroit is the subject of two excellent films on the fest's documentary slate: 'Brothers on the Line,' about the UAW's glory years, and 'Detropia,' about the city in decline.
To say too much about 'The Girl in the Septic Tank' would be to ruin its surprise.
IFF managing director Lisa Trifone talks about her gig (a volunteer position, like all jobs at IFF), this year's lineup and the fest's new partnership with Earth House.
Indy Film Fest celebrated its opening night Thursday with the Indy premiere of 'The Oranges.' Just Pop In! presented the event, with an after-party at Sun King.
Bring earplugs for 'This Is Spinal Tap' at Do317 Lounge, the first of six stops this year for Indy Film Fest's mobile film series. Feb. brings 'Neverending Story' to Indy Reads Books.