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.
The Historic Artcraft Theatre in Franklin, Indiana screens a horror classic and celebrates its own re-animation.
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.
IU's Black Film Archive Center received a grant to fund the Richard E. Norman Project, preserving many important early 20th-century "race films."
Indiana University Cinema Director Jon Vickers and Associate Director Brittany Friesner share details about what it takes to keep the films on the screen.
Organizers of the filmmaking summer camp say it’s important to give young girls positive associations with being in charge.
Shelbyville's Skyline Drive-In caters to the niche market where Norman Rockwell nostalgia meets grindhouse funk.
WFIU's James Gray speaks with filmmaker Steve James. James most recent film is about the life of the late film critic Roger Ebert.
On this week's episode we're discussing the movies coming up this summer.
On this week's episode we're reviewing the films from Campus Movie Fest 2014.