A statewide romp with noted author and TV personality Reid Duffy, who introduces viewers to some of Indiana's most notable morsels.
Indiana physicians and caregivers traveled to Morocco last fall on a mission to aid the most unfortunate in this beautiful, mysterious and poor country; it's children. It's a touching, emotional and inspirational story of how a handful of our neighbors reached across a vast expanse to touch lives one at a time.
Every four years, the world's most talented young violinists come to the Hoosier capital for a competition known in international violin circles as simply, The Indianapolis. The International Violin Competition of Indianapolis promises extraordinary prizes, the loan of a magnificent Stradivari violin, and perhaps most importantly, the launch of the winner's solo career.
The WFYI documentary The Indianapolis follows 40 young violinists on their journey through the demanding 17 day competition, as they compete for the title of Gold Medal Laureate.
The Big Game is gone, but Indianapolis' commitment to remain a "super city" moves into a new phase...taking the promise civic leaders made to the NFL to re-make an underserved neighborhood and using it as a springboard to keep transforming the city. In the first half-hour, host Derwin Smiley explores the problems still facing many of Indianapolis' neighborhoods. In the second half-hour, experts and residents alike convene in the WFYI Studios for a special Indy Talks to discuss lessons learned and dreams awakened by the success of the Super Bowl Legacy Project.
The Making of Dinosphere - In 2004, The Indianapolis Children's Museum opened the Dinosphere, the one of the largest displays of juvenile dinosaur bones in the country. This Across Indiana special offered a behind-the-scenes look at how this 30 million exhibition came to be.
This is the first episode in a series by Samuel Orr. Documentary filmmaker Samuel Orr is creating a series of programs that combine breathtaking videography with scientific accuracy.
The Indiana That Was
From ancient seas and coral reefs, to Ice-Age glaciation, the first program will explore the massive changes in Indiana’s landscape, as well as the flora and fauna that developed over these periods. The program will also explain how the landscape was further changed by human habitation, and begin to examine present-day conditions.
The entire Super Bowl Legacy series includes: More than a Game, Nearing The Goal, Gametime is Showtime and The Lasting Legacy.
Documentary producer Kim Jacobs follows the creation of the works by Hoosier artists, and the creation of a new landmark in the city. Designed by Indy’s own Rundell Ernstberger Associates, the program takes viewers to the artists’ workshops as they work to bring alive the Glicks’ vision.
Tough Decisions: Defending the Homeland is a compelling documentary that takes viewers behind-the-scenes during a groundbreaking simulation of a mock terrorist attack.
Produced in partnership with the Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis and the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Tough Decisions chronicles the minute-by-minute response to a simulated terrorist attack through the eyes and emotions of Indiana University students as they attempt to balance the legal and policy issues that arise in such a situation. Together, these students must determine the best course of action following a series of frightening events involving questions of both domestic and international law.
Transformation: Old Building, New Life chronicles the dramatic restoration of the former Central Avenue United Methodist Church in Indianapolis (cornerstone laid in 1891) into the 21st Century home of Indiana Landmarks.