Where everything seems possible and nothing is what it seems.
Part of the wildly-successful Roving Cinema program, Indy Film Fest presents LABYRINTH at the Catacombs under City Market on June 12.
A simple wish lands Sarah (Jennifer Connlley) in the mystical world of the Goblin King. In a rush to save her brother, she encounters the real and fantastical, good and evil. Directed by Jim Henson and produced by George Lucas, LABYRINTH is a true cult classic.
A word to the wise, this event will sell out--people still keep talking about FIGHT CLUB in the Catacombs, so make sure to buy your tickets in advance. We've got spots for 100 people. Seating will not be provided. Doors will open at with the screening beginning at .This is a 21+ screening.
Please note: Indianapolis City Market Catacombs are an undeveloped historic asset and are not handicapped accessible. The Catacombs feature a very rough, uneven dirt floor. The screening area is not navigable for guests with walkers, canes, strollers, or wheelchairs. We recommend closed-toed shoes. Alert to people with breathing sensitivities: the Catacombs are a musty, sometimes damp area.
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Roving Cinema is one of the many year round programming events put on by
The Indianapolis International Film Festival
July 17 - 26, 2014
Since 2004, the Indy Film Fest has quickly grown into one of the Midwest’s fastest-growing and most-watched film festivals — and one of the most valued annual cultural events in the city. With attendance growing every year, we continue to deepen our impact on the city and the film community worldwide. Featuring the best in independent and innovative film from both award-winning professionals and emerging filmmakers, we’ve exhibited films from nearly every state in the country and more than 50 countries around the globe.
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