Yes, it's important to get out and see these films in theatres and at scintillating showcases like The Midwest Independent Film Festival but it's also critical that we purchase these films! Here is everything you need to buy some of the gems we've screened at the festival in the past - pick one and buy one, it'll make you feel good!
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A 17-year-old student finds an unlikely lifeline in her therapist after a sexual transgression. As the lines of propriety between two lonely souls are slowly broken, she has to navigate the thorny issues of age, lust, and leaving one's life behind.
John is a kindly, well-liked old man in a small rural town. John has just killed a man named Dutch. Dutch had done a lot of bad things to a lot of nice people. Nobody in town would think to implicate John – nobody but Danny, Dutch’s violent drunk of a brother.
2012 Academy Award Winner, Best Documentary. The football Tigers of Manassas High School in North Memphis attempt to become the first team in 110 years to win a playoff game in Dan Lindsay and T.J.
Set in and around the improv comedy scene in Chicago, the film follows its ambling title character (played by writer/director Beh), a late-twenty-something comedian who moonlights as a barista.
WE ALWAYS LIE TO STRANGERS is a story of family, community, music and tradition set against the backdrop of Branson, Missouri, a remote Ozark Mountain town that is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the United States.
Alicia Silverstone and Ryan Kwanten star in this heartfelt romantic comedy about who gets their adorable Labrador once their marriage goes to the dogs. Six years after saying "I do," Olive (Silverstone) and Clay (Kwanten) call it quits.
More than fifty million Americans do crossword puzzles each week, and many of them gravitate towards the puzzle presented by the esteemed New York Times. In Wordplay, Creadon and his wife, producer Christine O’Malley, pay tribute to these language labyrinths and those who love them with this in-depth loo