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The Indiana Filmmakers Network works to facilitate dialogue among film and video makers in the state of Indiana. We endeavor to foster a creative community that provides support, camaraderie and resources to those working to see their visions become reality. Our gatherings are open to all with Hoosier connections who wish to participate.

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IFN Indy March 11th meeting - On Set Safety & Awareness

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Written by Chuck Budreau Wednesday, 05 March 2014 13:35

In memory of Sarah Jones, who lost her life a week ago on set due to the terrible decisions of a production team, we are focusing on Safety & Awareness On Set. All of the IFN chapters will be talking about this subject in March. Sarah was a camera assistant from Atlanta who was killed on the set of 'Midnight Rider" a Gregg Allman biopic. Taking shortcuts with safety gets people killed. Please join us for an important roundtable discussion.

The meeting will be held Tuesday March 11th at 7:00PM, at the Hamilton 16 IMAX.

Our usual open networking session will take place after the discussion. All who have an interest in film are encouraged to attend.

 

July 12th Indiana Filmmakers Network Meeting - Film Festivals

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Written by Chuck Budreau Tuesday, 28 June 2011 09:26

The July 12th Indiana Filmmakers Network meeting will be devoted to Film Festivals. Representatives from many of the local film festivals have been invited to participate in a round-table discussion with the filmmakers. Find out why festivals do what they do. It'll be a great venue to talk openly between filmmakers and the guys running the festivals.

Indiana Filmmakers Network Indianapolis meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 7PM at the Hamilton 16 IMAX, just off I-69 at Exit 10. IFN would like to thank Goodrich Quality Theaters for hosting the meetings.

The meetings are free and open to the public.
Membership in IFN is $20 annually, and goes to support IFN and the film community at large.
Time
Tuesday, July 12 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Location
Hamilton 16 IMAX Theater
Exit 10 off I-69 in the Hamilton Town Center
Noblesville, Indiana

 

Indiana Filmmakers Network Evansville and Evansville CAST to hold 2nd Annual Oscar Party at Showplace Cinemas East.

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Written by Chuck Budreau Monday, 17 February 2014 13:32

The Indiana Filmmakers Network Evansville Chapter  (IFNE) and Evansville CAST (Creative Artists Spectrum Theatre), will be holding the 2nd Annual Oscar Party at Showplace East and Harbor Bay.   The event will take place on March 2, starting at 5 pm and running through till the end of the 86th Academy Awards live telecast.

Beginning at 5:00 pm with the Red carpet arrivals and cocktail hour inside Harbor Bay. Showplace's Screen 18 will host the live telecast on the big screen at 7 pm.  Attendee's are encouraged to wear Formal/Black Tie attire.


The event is open to the public.  A cash bar and food will also be available. Contests and giveaways throughout the night for those in attendance.
This is the second year IFNE has held the Oscar party at Showplace Cinemas East and this year is being held in conjunction with Evansville CAST, a new live theater group that has several upcoming productions scheduled.

“IFNE and Evansville CAST celebrate the art of acting, both in Films and in Theater. The Academy Awards gives us a chance to bring our groups together along with the public to celebrate the achievements in film from the past year.”  saidTimothy Paul Taylor, President of the IFNE chapter.

 

February Indiana Filmmakers Network Meeting - Indianapolis Area

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Written by Chuck Budreau Monday, 01 February 2010 09:59

 

This month's Indiana Filmmakers Network Meeting will feature a round table discussion on the jobs, roles, etiquette and protocols on the film set. Who does what and why? The do's and don'ts of being a crew member or an actor. After the round table we will break into our usual general networking session.

The Indiana Filmmakers Network holds these meetings on the second Tuesday of each month. Anyone interested in filmmaking is encouraged to attend.

Date:
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Time:
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location:
Hamilton 16 IMAX, Hamilton Town Center, exit 10 I6

 

 

2013 IFN Holiday Party - Dec. 17th!

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Written by Chuck Budreau Thursday, 14 November 2013 13:31


Please join us December 17th @ 7:00PM as we celebrate the holidays and another great year for Indiana Film! The IFN Holiday Party is our largest event of the year. Last year we had nearly 200 in attendance.

The Indiana Media Production Alliance will be co-sponsoring our event this year. IFN is pleased to join together to help promote the future of film making in Indiana.

Once again we will be hosted by the Cambria Suites in Noblesville.There will be lots of door prizes, a DJ, The Indiana Filmmakers Network will supply snack food, and a cash bar will be available.

Membership is not required to attend the party. We encourage anyone with an interest in film to attend. Door prizes will go to IFN members who are current on their dues. You will be able to renew or sign up at the party. Dues are $20/year.

Where: Cambria Suites 13500 Tegler Drive, Noblesville, IN
When: Tuesday December 17th @ 7:00PM
Why: PARTY!


A special Thank you to our Door Prize Sponsors:

Red Giant, Avid, Digital Film Tools, Noise Industries, Blackmagic Design, Sony Creative Software, 3 O'Clock Productions, K-Tek Boompoles, Videoblocks.com, GraphicStock.com, Along The Tracks Productions, Mid America Filmmakers, Karmic Courage Productions, AND Kona Grill.
...more to be announced.

 

Members Help Create Super Bowl Entry

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Written by Thomas Johnson Saturday, 10 February 2007 00:00

During the recent Super Bowl, Doritos held a contest which would allow the winner to air a Doritos commercial of their creation during the Super Bowl XLI broadcast.

Contestants were asked to make one or more thirty second commercials and submit them online. From the 1,066 entries, Doritos chose sixteen finalists. They then narrowed the field down to eight finalists and then five.

With the help of some IFN members and other talented people from the Indiana production community, the Herbert Brothers of Batesville submitted two commercials, titled "Ultimatum" and "Duct Tape." Both made the top eight! "Duct Tape" then made it into the top five!

Over the next couple of months, Doritos will be airing the top five commercials (including "Duct Tape") on various channels.

You can view the commercials online at:
http://www.transitfilms.com/doritos/

Congratulations to everyone involved in creating both of these top notch commercials.

 

November 12th Indy IFN Meeting - Writing!!!

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Written by Chuck Budreau Thursday, 24 October 2013 09:23


Please join us Tuesday November 12th for a writing workshop. Jim Fisher will be presenting a shortened version of his "Is My Script a Movie?" workshop. To be followed by an open discussion of script writing.  We will be covering the ins and outs of script writing.

We will also be announcing details for our December Holiday Party.

Where: Hamilton 16 IMAX Theater 13825 Norell Rd, Noblesville, Indiana 46060

When: Tuesday November 12th at 7:00PM

 

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