The 15th annual Indy Film Fest will have a 10-day lineup of films from April 26 to May 5. Hundreds of film critics, film lovers and directors are expected to visit the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields to view a lineup of traditional and indie films from around the world, according to a news release.
Film fans can see a schedule at indyfilmfest.org of the 140 feature-length and short films that will show. Some expected favorites are “When We Grow Up,” a film with an entirely female crew and creative team and “Film School Africa,” a documentary about a woman who leaves a Los Angeles casting director job to teach filmmaking in an impoverished South African community. The subject and the director of the documentary attended Taylor University in Upland, Ind. Both films will have their world premiere at the Indy Film Fest.
Ticket packages for Indy Film Fest members start at $50 and offer year-round benefits. All members receive discounts on individual ticket sales and merchandise, a member-exclusive t-shirt, access to parties and more! Fans of film, register at www.indyfilmfest.org/membership.
The Fest begin with the opening night drama “Tully” from the team that created “Juno.” The Fest will close on a comedic note May 5 with “The Long Dumb Road,” directed by Indiana University graduate Hannah Fidell.
“Each film in this year’s Fest is really bringing something special to the table,” Indy Film Fest Executive Director Dan Moore said in a release. “Clear your calendars; I hope everyone is ready for days on end of great films.”