Past attempts to salvage the State Theatre focused on restoring it as a historical venue, but the new operators say the site needs to offer something different. One of their inspirations is The Vogue in Indianapolis.
Tom and Ed Battista of Bluebeard fame have purchased the Christian Unity Missionary Baptist Church near Spades Park with hopes of opening a three-screen independent cinema and restaurant.
The 10,000-square-foot space on North Meridian will feature a multimedia television and radio studio, basketball court, golf simulator, entertainment area and private editing rooms.
A batch of interesting fantasy films have crept into the cineplexes in the often-shallow, post-Oscar/pre-Memorial Day period.
The accounting firm’s colossal mistake at the end of Sunday night’s Academy Awards threatens to undo decades of goodwill.
Teresa Sabatine’s role will be to position Indianapolis as a production-friendly city for TV commercials, TV shows, corporate training videos and movies.
Jeff Bridges and Chris Pine headline "Hell or High Water." The outstanding crime drama shares the screen with documentaries, foreign films and more.
The Indianapolis Public Library has multiplied the amount of media it makes available for free streaming through a partnership with the Hoopla online content service.
The two-year, $300,000 initiative will court production crews for movies and TV commercials and shows. A consortium of city, civic and tourism groups think it could have a $6 million annual impact.
“My All-American” might not land a place in the pantheon of greats, but it certainly proves a spunky, engaging competitor.
With domestic movie theater attendance stagnant in recent years, more theater owners are looking to provide immersive 4-D jolts to goose both moviegoers and box office revenues.
Here’s how the Texas-based Flix, which recently opened its first Indiana location, tweaks the moviegoing mix?
With an all-white slate in the acting categories and male-focused films dominating Best Picture and Best Director, diversity will certainly be a topic this year.