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Indie Memphis

October 20, 2010

This year Indie Memphis has shortened its schedule down to 4 days which gives you less time to catch all the great films they have programmed, but if you have some time next weekend, it is worth the drive up to Memphis.

For the full line up and ticket information, visit http://www.indiememphis.com.

Among the can’t miss this year (by no means a full list) are:

THURSDAY

“Open Five” directed by Kentucker Audley, Screens: 9 p.m. at Playhouse on the Square

FRIDAY

“Antiquities” – a short film that stars Oxford’s Jennifer Pierce Mathus, screens: 7:15 p.m. at Studio on the Square.

“Blackmail Boys” directed by Bernard Shumanski & Richard Schumanski, Screens: 9:45 p.m. at Studio on the Square

Blackmail Boys is a sweet and sexually explicit love story, mixed with a with a touch of dark humor.

SATURDAY

“Bicycle Lane” directed by Jeffery Ruggles, Screens: 2:15 p.m. at Studio on the Square In L.A., where everyone drives, one man sets off on a bicycle journey for just one chance to see the girl of his dreams.

“General Orders No. 9” directed by Bob Persons, Screens: 4:45 p.m. at Studio on the Square

General Orders No. 9 is an epic meditation of the American South, a natural history of material culture and public space.

“The Poor & Hungry” directed by Craig Brewer, Screens: 7 p.m. at Playhouse on the Square

Craig Brewer presents this 10th anniverary screening of his debut feature fully restored.

“Cold Weather” directed by Aaron Katz, Screens: 7:30 p.m. at Studio on the Square Doug returns home to rainy Portland, Oregon to live with his more stable and responsible sister, Gail.

SUNDAY

“Being the Diablo” directed by Rod Murphy, Screens: 2:30 p.m. at Studio on the Square

Micky’s Daughter Stephanie has spent most of her life defending and justifying her father’s choices.

“The Last Survivor” directed by Michael Kleiman & Michael Pertnoy, Screens: 3 p.m. at Studio on the Square

The Last Survivor presents the inspiring stories of four survivors of different genocides.

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