Short Films #6: Views of Memphis
Sunday, November 4, 2012 from 12:30 PM to 2:10 PM (CST)
Indie Memphis is a pass-based festival. Festival Passes and Tripper Tickets are valid for admittance to regular screenings on a space-available basis, with seating based on group priority levels “A,” “B” and “C.” A limited number of Patron Tickets are available for all screenings, providing an easy way for festival attendees to guarantee seating for individual films with priority Group A access. Please note that you must be in line AT LEAST 15 minutes before the scheduled showtime to avoid any risk of forfeiting your ticket. Seats cannot be held once General Seating begins.
This group of short documentaries spotlights Memphis past and present, in all its culturally diverse glory, through individual perspectives and extraordinary stories.
- Decair | David Bergen
- Eventually Everything Will Happen | Jonathan Pekar
- Meditations on Two Wheels | Robert Rowan
- Nude Photos! | Joann Self Selvidge
- Sermons and Sacred Pictures | Lynne Sachs
- Spiritual Transit | David Goodman
When & Where
One of the city's core arts institutions, Indie Memphis connects and inspires indie filmmakers and film-lovers through the unique creative landscape that is the home of the Blues and the birthplace of Rock 'n' Roll. The year-round organization is best known for its annual Indie Memphis Film Festival presented by Duncan-Williams, Inc., set to take place October 31 - November 3, 2013 in and around midtown Memphis' Overton Square. Named a Top 20 event by the Southeast Tourism Society and twice ranked by MovieMaker Magazine (as one of "25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee" in 2011 and as one of the "25 Coolest Film Festivals" in 2009), the festival brings a broad range of independent features, documentaries and short films to Memphis from all corners of the country and transforms the city into a connecting point for filmmakers, musicians, artists, and audiences.
Indie Memphis is an ArtsMemphis funded 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which connects the Memphis community while cultivating interest in, and development of, independent film though diverse year-round programming, a world-class annual festival, and ongoing efforts to include new voices, new media, and new audiences. Through diverse year-round programming, a world-class annual festival, and ongoing efforts to include new voices, new media, and new audiences, Indie Memphis enriches, inspires, and connects the Memphis community while cultivating interest in, and development of, independent film.