The streaming service, called Hoodox, launched June 17. It’s run by an Indianapolis not-for-profit organization whose goal is to provide a platform for Indiana filmmakers to share their work.
IBJ Podcast: The ‘surreal’ story behind filming supernatural thriller in West Baden
Host Mason King talks with Cook Group President Pete Yonkman and Pigasus Pictures CEO Zack Spicer about making a movie at—and about—the West Baden Hotel and why Cook Group execs got involved.Read More
Former Colt Gary Brackett raising money for a movie about his life
The Indianapolis restaurateur, who owns the Stacked Pickle chain, has been working since 2017 to bring his story to the big screen; this month, he launched a crowdfunding campaign to help raise part of the cost.Read More
Jeff Bridges and Chris Pine headline "Hell or High Water." The outstanding crime drama shares the screen with documentaries, foreign films and more.
Documentary filmmaker Ted Green recently completed production of “Bobby Slick Leonard: Heart of a Hoosier,” a 90-minute documentary that will debut at Bankers Life Fieldhouse July 29.
Indianapolis author John Green has sold more than 10.7 million copies of his novel “The Fault in Our Stars,” suggesting royalty earnings of more than $6 million, before the movie deal and merchandise sales.
At least eight central Indiana families are contestants this season for the syndicated television show “Family Feud,” according to WNDY-TV Channel 23, where the show airs locally. But that number belies the real interest in the show.
A lobbying group is hoping it can persuade Indiana lawmakers to approve tax incentives to companies making movies in the state, saying it will create jobs.
The Indianapolis-based IndyCar Series and open-wheel racing enthusiasts were hoping the movie would create a buzz about the sport, but interest has fallen short of expectations so far.
10th annual event includes an animation nightmare, the worst basketball team in Indiana, and more. Screenings held at IMA and beyond.
Heartland Film Fest premiere “Paradise Recovered” joins “The Social Network” and “How to Train Your Dragon” among this year’s honorees.
Legislators are weighing a measure that would offer taxpayer-funded rebates to production companies willing to make movie
magic in Indiana–giving a boost to an industry that’s been asking for help since 2004.