Join us as we take the festival out of the theater and into the great spaces of Indianapolis. On Wednesday, July 24 we will be screening OUT OF PRINT on the banks of the downtown canal at the Indiana Historical Society.
Out of Print draws us into the topsy-turvy world of the written word, illuminating the turbulent, exciting journey from the book through the digital revolution: writers, publishers, and readers are all in flux; booksellers are closing; students are confronting new challenges; librarians and teachers are seeking new roles. People read short-form text snippets all day long, yet one out of five Americans no longer reads even a single book, in any format, in an entire year.
Seating will not be provided so bring a camping chair. Doors will open at 8:30p with the screening beginning at 9:30pm.
This is an outdoor film, fingers crossed weather will be good, but our rain backup location will be inside the Indiana Historical Society auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. Attendees must have a ticket.
For years, the Indianapolis International Film Festival has been bringing the best in independent film to audiences in and around Indianapolis. The Indy Film Fest seeks to create a shared experience around film.