Technology makes it easier to make a movie wherever you like. The IU alumni producing "The Good Catholic" have chosen to test this theory in Bloomington.
In Bulgaria, 50,000 Jews were spared the fate of genocide when everyday heroes rebelled against the government's decision to deport their Jewish neighbors.
British actor/director Jake Graf is the first international filmmaker brought in for Pride Film Festival. His film "Chance" explores an unlikely romance.
Composer Neil Brand shares some of the decisions he made while scoring Blackmail.
The Historic Artcraft Theatre in Franklin, Indiana screens a horror classic and celebrates its own re-animation.
In Hollywood the Black woman’s story is not often told,claims the New Negress Film Society, whose Short Film Program screened last month at the IU Cinema.
Barbara Ann O’Leary started #DirectedByWomen as a way to celebrate female filmmakers and encourage movie buffs to think outside the Hollywood box.
Scenery may not be the key factor when it comes to determining a good location for making movies. That decision might have more to do with community.
Two IU filmmakers may have proven Leonard Bernstein's theory that to achieve great things, two things are needed: a plan, and not quite enough time.
IU's Black Film Archive Center received a grant to fund the Richard E. Norman Project, preserving many important early 20th-century "race films."