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Microcinema Club: IndieMemphis Narrative Festival Shorts Encore

Join us for an encore screening of the popular Narrative Shorts #2 block from this past year’s Indie Memphis Film Festival. These films are a mix of drama, comedy, and dark comedy films. This block also includes the Special Jury Award Narrative Short (A KING’S BETRAYAL) and the Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Short (THE MOBILE STRIPPER).
Presented in collaboration with Crosstown Arts and made possible through support by ArtsFirst, the ….

Shoot & Splice: Holiday Cinema Trivia Blowout!

Celebrate the end of another year of Shoot & Splice with the Second Annual Cinema Trivia blowout!

Shoot & Splice: A View From Above, the Art & Craft of Drone Cinematography

Doors: 6:30 pm | Presentation: 7 pm

Crosstown Arts and Indie Memphis invite you to look skyward, toward the increasingly popular world of aerial drone cinematography. With the advent of more affordable tech, snagging high-flying shots in your low-budget short or commercial project is no longer a pie-in-the-sky dream.

For this edition of Shoot & Splice, we’re discussing what it takes to be an aerial maverick with three of the best drone cinematographers in Memphis: Wil “Hype” Evans, Ryan Goble and Aaron Jaffe.

MicroCinema Club: The Best of DC Shorts

Doors: 7 pm / Presentation: 7:30 pm

The best of DC Shorts Program brings you 9 terrific films in 90 minutes.

Organized by Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts with support from ArtsMemphis and FirstTennessee Foundation | ArtsFirst.

Shoot & Splice: Intro to Film Lighting

Indie Memphis and Crosstown Arts are teaming up with John Paul Clark and Firefly Grip and Electric to discuss everything from choosing the right gear to understanding the relationships between DPs, Gaffers & Key Grips.

6:30 pm – Refreshments + Networking
7:00 pm – Presentation

MicroCinema Club: 2015 Sundance Film Festival Award-Winning Shorts Tour

Including fiction, documentary and animation from around the world, the distinct 2015 shorts program traverses vibrant styles from wild comedy to quiet poetry.

Crosstown Arts