18th Annual Indy Film Fest - Award Winners

Shorts: Working Through It

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9 films in package
50 Little Birds
Indiana folk artist Geoff Davis reflects on his childhood, career, mental health, and how he found peace through reconnecting with his life’s purpose.
The Long Run: Wes Doty's New Life
He endured years of extreme heroin use before running across the solution to his recovery.
Sad Beauty
As mankind causes its own demise, a woman turns to the rapidly disappearing nature and her art for consolation.
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Toddy
Toddy lives in his warehouse always surrounded by about 40-50 pinball machines. Some are completely restored and functional, others are works in progress and Toddy is still tinkering with them.
Time to Heal
As of July 2020 there have been four million cases of Covid in the United States. Time to Heal tells the story of just one of those cases.
Feeling Unreal
A short look into the lives of "depersonalized" persons.
Wild Winds: Spirit of the Bison
A ranch in northern Indiana seeks to protect over 250 bison and the history they represent.
Q&A for Working Through It
Q&A conversation with Thomas Lewis director of The Long Run: Wes Doty's New Life, Evan Wardell producer of Wild Winds: Spirit of the Bison, and Hannah Lindgren director of 50 Little Birds
Exploring the Impact of the Opioid Crisis through Film and Exhibit
Niav Conty (Small Time), Daniel Baldwin (My Promise to PJ), and C. Thomas Lewis (The Long Run: Wes Doty's New Life) discuss bringing attention to the opioid epidemic through their documentary and narrative films along with Brian Mancuso from the Indiana State Museum.
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Life is hard whether you're a person or a bison, and not just because the latter is so often mistaken for a buffalo. These are stories, both true and fictional but relatable, of people persevering through their own personal struggles and helping those around them with theirs.

Indiana folk artist Geoff Davis reflects on his childhood, career, mental health, and how he found peace through reconnecting with his life’s purpose.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    9 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Hannah Lindgren
  • Screenwriter
    Hannah Lindgren, Geoff Davis
  • Producer
    Hannah Lindgren, David Neidert, Sarah King, Luke Renner
  • Cast
    Geoff Davis
  • Cinematographer
    Kyle Fisher, Christopher Keaton, David Neidert, Derek Hammer
  • Music
    Phil Larson, Mike Angel