As I wrote yesterday, "Civil Discourse Now" will cover the Indianapolis International Film Festival. The festival opened Thursday night and runs through Sunday, July 29th.
Today our guest will be Indianapolis native and director Adam Newell, whose film "Video Stop" will be shown Monday night. We shall be shooting "Civil Discourse Now" from the Indianapolis Museum of Art, from the Nourish Case just inside the entrance (to the right). We hope to shoot a couple of shows during the week from the Festival. There are some films whose titles and/or descriptions make them sound really cool. (E.g., "Stan versus Squirrel.") This is a good opportunity to see films in a theater setting that do not center on car chases and gunfights.