Indie Memphis Film Festival opens with Sean Baker’s Red Rocket, starring Simon Rex as a pornstar.
Indie Memphis Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Indie Memphis Film Festival
WHERE: Memphis, TN, United States
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: The year-round organization is best known for its annual Indie Memphis Film Festival presented by Duncan-Williams, Inc., which transforms the city into a connecting point for filmmakers, musicians, artists, and audiences. The festival brings a broad range of independent features, documentaries and short films to Memphis from all corners of the country.
Emma Seligman’s Shiva Baby and Anthony Banua-Simon’s Cane Fire won the top jury prizes at the 2020 Indie Memphis Film Festival.
Indie Memphis Film Festival announce the 20020 lineup of over 230 films, opening with Memphis-born Lynne Sachs’ A Film About a Father Who.
The 2019 Indie Memphis Film Festival announced this year’s winners. The Narrative Competition winner is DE LO MIO by New York-based filmmaker Diana Peralta.
Indie Memphis Film Festival will close this year’s edition with JUST MERCY by Destin Daniel Cretton, starring Brie Larson, Michael B. Jordan, and Jamie Foxx.
The 2019 Indie Memphis Film Festival features work from up-and-coming filmmakers, as well as festival hits with HARRIET, based on life of freedom fighter, Harriet Tubman, as opening night film.
Indie Memphis Film Festival announced that the 2019 festival along with a preview of its 2019 slate including Ira Sachs’ FRANKIE with Sachs in person.
CLARA’S GHOST, MR. SOUL!, NEW MONEY, WAITING: THE VAN DUREN STORY Win at 2018 Indie Memphis Film Festival
Indie Memphis Film Festival held its annual awards ceremony on Saturday, November 3rd announcing awards for all competition films.
This year’s 2018 Indie Memphis Film Festival is promising to be a very exciting and wildly varied one, with a lineup featuring five World Premiere screenings and one U.S. Premiere screening, as well as Special Presentations such as CABIN BOY
Boots Riley still riding high off the success of Sorry To Bother You, will attend the Indie Memphis Film Festival to deliver the keynote address at the Black Creators Forum
Indie Memphis Film Festival continues it commitment to supporting black filmmakers, present and future, with the new Black Creators Forum, running November 1st and 2nd at the Hattiloo Theatre.
We Go On directed by Matteo Servente was named the winner of the 2nd annual Memphis Film Prize and walked away with the top award of $10,000 cash.