At drive-in theaters, the best seats are reserved for punctual elitists and fashionably late monster trucks. Avoid the perils of Hobbesian parking battles by settling into a cozy seat with today's Groupon to the Indianapolis International Film Festival, July 15–25 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Choose from the following options:
- $10 for two film tickets (a $20 value, excludes opening and closing nights)
- $69 for an all-access pass and IIFF membership (a $150 value, excludes the filmmakers' lounge)
The Indianapolis International Film Festival (IIFF) showcases 10 days’ worth of films from the United States and around the world, all of which are original, independent productions of varying genres, subject matters, gaspable moments, and grades of celluloid. The two-ticket option gets you into a film screening (including IMAX presentations), and the all-access pass grants full-festival offerings, including all films, opening and closing nights, special presentations, and festival parties. The all-access pass also comes with a membership to the IIFF, which procures free goodies and admission to IIFF events throughout the year. Consult the schedule to see what's screening when, and read more about the films to find a talkie that peaks your interest, from the story of a solitary Russian poodle trainer to claustrophobic tales of societal breakdown.
Film festivals are veritable candy stores for film buffs, colorful backdrops for a first date, and rare opportunities to don a pair of large sunglasses and convince everyone in the room that you wrote I Heart Huckabees. Whatever the motivation, the Indianapolis Film Festival offers rare viewing opportunities with several world premieres and other films only seen at the likes of Sundance, Tribeca, and SXSW.
Must be 18 years or older.
The Indianapolis International Film Festival was featured on Hello Indianapolis:
- Over the years, the IIFF films have garnered many Academy Award Nominations across several categories, including Best Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Documentary. – Jim Brown, Hello Indianapolis
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