Indianapolis International Film Festival
MISSION & OBJECTIVE
The Indy Film Fest seeks to create a shared experience around film. We champion movies that entertain, challenge and expand perspectives in Indianapolis and beyond. As a film festival in a "crossroads of America," the Indy Film Fest seeks diversity in programming without compromising quality.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
The Indianapolis International Film Festival exists to celebrate the art of cinema. We are persistent in our quest for the best the industry has to offer from home and abroad. We are dedicated to fostering new talent and helping filmmakers connect with the global industry. We are also dedicated to educating and developing audiences for international and independent cinema in Indianapolis, screening the kind of innovative, visionary work that may not normally achieve distribution in this area.
The Indianapolis International Film Festival accepts feature-length and short film submissions in four categories - American Spectrum, Hoosier Lens (films with Indiana connections), World Cinema and Matter of Fact (documentaries). In each of these areas, a best short and feature-length film is recognized, as selected by the festival jury. Further, the festival presents an Audience Award for both a feature-length and short film in any category. Again this year, the festival will present a $1,000 cash prize to the Grand Jury Award-winning film selected as the over-all best feature-length film of the 2010 Indianapolis International Film Festival.
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