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INseparable Film Tour: Franklin

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The Historic Artcraft Theatre

57 N Main St

Franklin, IN 46131

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See a selection of original films about Indiana created by five award-winning Indiana filmmakers in Franklin!

About this Event

In 2019, five award-winning Indiana filmmakers were chosen by Indiana Humanities to create short documentaries examining the ways Hoosiers experience urban and rural identities today. The films—about a dance instructor in Gary dealing with the city’s disinvestment in arts education, about a rural community newspaper in Wayne County filling the gap caused by media consolidation, about a southern Indiana composting business that hires the formerly incarcerated to transform the land and their lives—complicate our ideas about who lives in Indiana and what they’re up to. Featured filmmakers include Dan Rybicky and Ryan Gleeson of Chicago’s Kartemquin Films, Emmy nominee Pat Wisniewski and Tom Desch, Bloomington-based duo Mitch Teplitsky and Gabriel Lantz, and Chad Perdue.

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Please note: The screening will include a brief intermission between the third and fourth films.

6:00 PM Doors open (Please note: early entry will not be permitted)

6:30 PM Film Screenings Begin

8:30 PM Film Screenings Conclude

This event is free and open to the public. Though advance registration is requested, a ticket does not guarantee you a seat. Spots are available on a first-come, first-served basis and we will oversell this event. Doors open 30 minutes prior to start time.

ABOUT THE FILMS

These films are recommended for viewers over the age of 12.

FROM SUNDOWN TO SUNRISE

Pat Wisniewski and Tom Desch

One man's journey from Sundown to Sunrise as he and his family integrate an all-white Indiana town in 1968. By breaking the color barrier, they also helped transform the town and place it on a trajectory of inclusion.

HOMETOWN MEDIA

Ryan Gleeson

Follow a week in the life of a small-town newspaper in Wayne County, Indiana, for a look at how rural journalism is practiced today and why it matters.

LARRY FROM GARY

Dan Rybicky

A dedicated dance teacher continues working with and inspiring his current and former students even after learning the nationally recognized arts high school in Gary, Indiana where he has taught for decades is being closed by the state.

RAISED IN CONTRAST

Chad Perdue

A look at the experiences of mixed-race and non-white Hoosiers who live in rural and suburban communities.

THE EARTHKEEPERS

Mitch Teplitsky and Gabriel Lantz

In southern Indiana, a married couple decide to leave academia to start a composting business — employing ex-offenders along the way. Now they're on a mission to avert a looming waste crisis in Indiana, and beyond.

Other INseparable Film Tour Locations:

January 15– Valparaiso

January 23– Rushville

January 30– Lebanon

February 5– Bloomington

February 12– Fort Wayne

February 20– Angola

February 26– Indianapolis

March 6– Gary

March 7– Gary: Kids & Family Screening

March 12 – Richmond

About Indiana Humanities

Indiana Humanities connects people, opens minds and enriches lives by creating and facilitating programs that encourage Hoosiers to think, read and talk. www.IndianaHumanities.org

Indiana Humanities will make reasonable modifications to ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to enjoy our programs. If you need an accommodation, please email Claire Mauschbaugh at cmauschbaugh@indianahumanities.org.

Indiana Humanities takes photos and video at its events. These photos and video may appear on the Indiana Humanities website and in promotional materials. Your attendance at this event indicates your consent to have your image photographed, videotaped, and your permission to be interviewed, if appropriate.

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