NewsArts & Culture / July 16, 2020

Heartland's Indy Shorts International Film Festival Goes To The Drive-In

Listen on   Listen on SoundCloud

Heartland's Indy Shorts International Film Festival Goes To The Drive-In

Courtesy Heartland Film

Like many arts organizations, Heartland Film had to do a quick reboot because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It got creative to present its Indy Shorts International Film Festival.

From WFYI's Arts and Culture Desk, Jill Ditmire met Heartland Film CEO Craig Prater in the parking lot of the Tibbs Drive-In for a socially-distanced conversation about where film lovers can see the festival, which runs July 21- 26.

Information for both the virtual and Tibbs screenings are available at indyshorts.org. You can see two past Indy Shorts Awards winners during a WFYI TV special on July 20 at 7:30 p.m.

At WFYI, our goal is to cover stories that matter to you. Our reporting is rooted in facts. It considers all perspectives and is available to everyone. We don't have paywalls, but we do need support. So if unbiased, trusted journalism is important to you, please join us. Donate now.

 

 

Related News

Homes In Artist And Public Life Residency Program To Be Featured On HGTV's Good Bones
Kan-Kan Cinema Turns To Virtual Outreach To Connect With Movie Lovers, Students And Filmmakers
New Exhibit Illuminates Pioneering Indiana Recording Studio