September 30, 2017
Join us in celebrating films made by Near Eastside neighbors and beyond! Food and drinks will be available for purchase from Pia Urban Cafe & Market, Tlaolli, Gordon’s Ice Cream Parlor and Ash & Elm Cider Co.
Talent Show by Natisha Luke
TSIRK by Mark Rose
Chiaroscuro by Michelina Risbeck
Indy Food Council: Neighborhood Food Champions Program by Justin Brown
This is It by Zac Cooper
Depersonalization by Austin Daniel Clodfelter
Virginia Slim: Part One & Zero by Trent Wayne Tomlinson
Pukahontus by Stuart Snoddy
Indy Creatives: Series by Kurtis Bowersock
Reel-al-ty by Austin Tibbetts-Priester
Bang! by Kamisha Thomas from Pens to Pictures
This event is FREE and open to all people.
Wonderland Film Festival’s main goal is to get Indianapolis Near Eastside neighbors to make movies.
The idea for Wonderland Film Festival came from The Simpsons episode “A Star is Burns” in which the town of Springfield hosts a film festival showcasing short films made by all of the townspeople. In the process, a more profound and nuanced picture of each character is revealed.
Wonderland Film Festival is not just the festival itself, but the process of encouraging and teaching neighbors to tell stories, learning to make movies, building community and celebrating the results. This annual film festival is creating a unique and lasting tradition on one very special night of the year where anyone who wants to try amateur filmmaking can be celebrated for who they are in their neighborhood.
23 North Rural Avenue