The fourth Hoosier Films Annual Festival will start at 7 p.m. Friday at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater and will continue until Sunday, with various screenings being held throughout the weekend. More information about showtimes and a full schedule of events can be found on the Buskirk-Chumley Theater’s website.
Founded in 2019 by husband-and-wife duo Thomas DeCarlo and Meredith McGriff, the festival was conceived as a way to raise awareness and celebrate the independent film scene in Indiana.
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Over the course of three days, the festival will screen three feature films: “It Happened One Weekend” by Zac Cooper, “Cold Cross” by Dylan Query and “Pursuit of Freedom” by George A. Johnson. Prior to the screening of each feature film, the festival will also showcase numerous short films in themed blocks throughout the mid-to-late afternoon.
Q&A sessions will be held at the end of each screening. The films shown at the festival are not rated and may contain some mature content. Descriptions for each film can be found at the Hoosier Films Annual Festival website.
Tickets can be purchased individually for each day at $19 dollars for an individual short film block, $23 dollars for an individual featured film, and $123 dollars for a package to attend all events all three days. More information can be found through the Buskirk-Chumley Theater website.