Thursday, August 20, 2009


Indiana Filmmakers Series

September 10, 2009 – 7:00pm

First They Came For… by Kate Chaplin

- Inspired by the poem by Reverend Martin Niemoller of the same name.

In The Blue by Sarah Mynett and Kehaulani Haydon

- During the Civil War, a young girl’s dream of betrothal is suddenly dashed when, disguised as a man, she joins the Union Army to provide the much needed financial assistance to her family.

Lulu Takes a Lover by Peter O’Keefe

- Lulu mistakenly drinks the love potion intended for her married boyfriend, and falls desperately in love with her tough, emotionally remote middle-aged female boss.

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Earth & Women by Lyndol Michael

- What some call waste, others call home. Straw is a waste product that’s usually burned in the fields. This is about people making better choices – partnering with Earth.

A Song For Jade by Shari Lynn Himes

-Story of a man who reflects on a missed opportunity he had with a former love.

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Indiana Filmmakers Series at The Earth House

September, 2009 7pm FREE to all

237 North East Street, Indianapolis IN 46204

The Earth House Collective is a group of peace activists, conservationists, artists, musicians, Methodists, teachers and many more dedicated to peace, wellness, community and culture on the corner of New York and East streets in downtown Indianapolis.

We are having monthly screenings of Indiana independent film through the Earth House Film Forum. We accept entries from all genres and budget size including but not limited to shorts, features, experimental and documentary. We consider Indiana films to be films made in Indiana, or films with Indiana ties in subject matter, or any film in which any cast or crew member is an Indiana native.

The submissions are reviewed by the Earth House Collective Film Committee and are selected based on: artistic merit, representation of diverse communities, storyline, social awareness and responsibility, availability of the filmmaker to attend and collaborate with other filmmakers.

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