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Brie Worrell

2018 Indy Film Fest: Filmmaker Panel

The Indy Film Fest is well underway and filmmakers from all over the world have come to participate. Saturday night held the opportunity for these talented people to gather in one room and discuss their stories, triumphs, and lessons learned throughout their filmmaking careers. Over a dozen…

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The Ninjas have Landed

Excitement builds as the American Ninja Warrior crew begins to set the course for this weekend’s taping. Ninjas from all over the state will come to compete on the obstacle course right on the Circle of Downtown Indy. Here’s what you need to know to be ninja ready: Want to be a Ninja?: Think you…

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Bullitt County

With the Indiana screening of Bullitt County just days away, we sat down with Producer, Josh Riedford, to discuss his film. Brie: Tell us about who is involved in your film and where you are from. Josh: Mr. Pictures is a production company made up of myself as Producer and David McCracken as the…

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Heartland Reviews: Instrument of War

Instrument of War is an incredible film full of humor and meaningful moments. The story follows POWs in a German POW camp. They find ways to cope with the loneliness and boredom while waiting for the day that they will be released. One American soldier, Clair Cline (played by Jack Ashton) decides to…

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Heartland Reviews: The Rendezvous

Rendezvous is a light-hearted action adventure based in the Middle East. Filmed in the country of Jordan, it is filled with beautiful back-drops and historic sites. The film follows Rachel, a doctor in LA. She is hit with the news of her brothers’ sudden death in Jordan. She must accompany State…

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Heartland Reviews: Voyage of the Southern Sun

Voyage of the Southern Sun is a delightful documentary following an Aussie pilot as he ventures around the world. This documentary has a unique, comfortable feeling of sitting in your living room listening to a family member recount their adventures. The film follows Michael Smith and is one-seater…

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The Dos and Don'ts of Film Indy

Many have asked, “Just what does Film Indy do?” Well, we would love to tell you! Film Indy helps the film industry in a variety of ways in Indiana. There are a lot of things we do at Film Indy but there are also some things we don’t do. We are here to serve you, the Hoosier filmmakers, and bring…

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Behind the Camera: Music-Related Jobs in Filmmaking

Have you ever wanted to be a part of a movie? Did you dismiss the dream because you couldn’t act or didn’t have the command to be a director? Well, there’s good news!! Those are not the only two jobs in filmmaking! In our blog series “Behind the Camera”, we are going to highlight some…

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Indy Film Fest Highlights: 48 Hour Film Project

The Indy Film Fest inspires, strengthens, and encourages filmmaking in the Hoosier state. It gives rising filmmaker’s the chance to showcase their work and be recognized. One of the major highlights of the week was the two-night premiere of locally made short films. These films were completed from…

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Q+A with Jake Huber

Jake Huber is an assistant camera operator for the reality tv show, Good Bones , a home renovation show filmed in Indianapolis. Jake sat down with us and talked about his journey into the film industry. “I would say that networking and a strong work ethic are extremely necessary (to filmmaking)…

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