We will shoot from the Indianapolis Museum of Art today at 4:30. We will not stream live, so there will be about a two-hour delay between videotaping and everything going on the internet.
4:30. Matt Mays is the director of "The Greatest Return," a documentary about environmentalists who have attempted new approaches to deal with the way in which the world has changed and to save the species that are in danger of extinction.
5:00. Ronald Short is a Hoosier and writer/director/produced of "Billi and Theodore." Billi is an aspiring puppeteer who joins her ex-flame on a road trip in which he seeks to recover the remnants o his broken relationship.
5:30. Kyosho Gasho is director of "311: The Moment." Everything was gone for some people in Japan. There were an earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown in very short order. This film chronicles the impact of those events.
My summaries do not do justice to the films. Times are tentative. The interview with film maker Gasho will be by telephone.
Thursday and Saturday we also shall shoot at The Indianapolis International Film Festival. There are excellent films in the festival. We encourage all to attend.