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A Place For Film: The Indy Film Fest In Review

On this week's episode we're reviewing our experience at the Indy Film Fest. Hear about all the movies we saw.

Tim Roth in These Amazing Shadows

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Tim Roth talks about To Kill a Mockingbird in These Amazing Shadows.

Episode 44 – Reviewing The Indy Film Fest

On this week’s episode, we invite Brittany Friesner to the show to talk about our experiences at the Indy Film Fest. Brittany helped program the festival, and gives us  some insight into how some of the films were selected.

We start out with a pretty short What Have You Seen Lately section, since most of us haven’t seen much that wasn’t at the Indy Film Fest.

We then get into the films we saw at the Indy Film Fest,  and we review the festival and the facilities as a whole. We list off the award winners from the festival, and talk extensively about most of the films we saw. We do spoil some of them, so be aware!

Overall, I loved my time at the Indy Film Fest. It was definitely the highlight of my summer. A very big thanks to Lisa Trifone, the Festival’s Managing Director, who was very helpful and kind to us as we worked our way through the festival. Hopefully many of you got to enjoy some films as well. If not, perhaps you can catch up after hearing our thoughts.

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:

A Bag of Hammers
Amelie
American Beauty
Armageddon
Bellflower
Better This World
Bottle
Boys of Bonneville
Captain America: The First Avenger
Cinema Komunisto
Conception
Crazy Beats Strong Every Time
Days of Heaven
Direk Ask
Ex-Sex
F*** My Life
Hollow
Jess + Moss
Love Actually
Madly in Love
Natural Selection
Project Z-6463
Reginald
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Songs of Love and Hate
Space Camp
Small Town Murder Songs
Something Left, Something Taken
Terrebonne
The Amy Character
The Candidate
The Green Wave
The Interview
The Secret Friend
The Whistleblower
These Amazing Shadows
Turning Japanese
Turkey Bowl
Type A
Walter
We’re Glad You’re Here
When I Stood On The Moon
X-Men: First Class
Your Wedding

Andy Hunsucker

Andy Hunsucker is the creator and co-host of A Place for Film - The IU Cinema podcast. Along with his co-host Jason Thompson, he produces a weekly podcast focusing on events at the IU Cinema, and film at Indiana University. He also designs posters and video animations for the Cinema on a volunteer basis.

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