Facilitating Indiana's Film Industry
Film Indiana’s mission is to showcase the state’s talent and resources to local and out-of-state companies seeking information and assistance with commercial, film, and television production.
The Indianapolis 48 Hour Film Project is produced by Big Car. It is open to professional, amateur and first-time filmmakers in Indianapolis.
On Friday night, July 31, all registered teams meet to get a character, a prop, a line of dialogue and a randomly-chosen genre, all to include in your movie. Then you have exactly 48 hours to make it all happen—from story to soundtrack to editing. Turn it in. High-fives. Take a nap.
All on-time films screen to cheering audiences at the Tobias Theater at IMA the evening of August 8.
One winning team from Indianapolis will screen their film at the international Filmapalooza in Hollywood. That film will also have the chance to move on to the famed Cannes Film Festival!
THE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF INDIANAPOLIS PRESENTS
Jan. 31-July 26, 2015
Go behind the scenes of some of the most popular films and TV shows of all time! Play a part in comedies, dramas, and sci-fi/adventure films and TV shows like Annie, Happy Days, Hook, Ghostbusters, Men In Black, Spider-Man and more! Authentic costumes and props, opportunities for role-play, and hands-on experiences illustrate how the famous films and shows are made and invite families to become part of the cast and crew.
For more information https://www.childrensmuseum.org/exhibits/on-set!
Featured Location - Pleasant Heights Stables (Michigan City)
We are a full service 100 acre deluxe equestrian stable. Our facility features large 12 x 12 foot stalls, a full size indoor arena, a lighted outdoor arena and 24-hour onsite full service all inclusive care, with daily turn out in one of our 10 well maintained, grassy pastures.
Photo Credit: Lindsay Wiser