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Indie Film Guide

Indie Film Guide: Bar Crawls, Film Education and Kids In Prison


Each week, Fletcher Powell finds the independent and non-commercial films showing in Wichita and the surrounding areas and brings them to you in this handy guide.



February 27, 6:00

208 Hubbard Hall, Wichita State University

WSU Office of Multicultural Affairs

Screening of Gordon Parks' seminal 1971 blaxploitation film follows a talk by history professor Dr. Robert Weems, Jr., about the historical significance of the blaxploitation genre.



February 28, 5:30 or 6:00

The Monarch, The Anchor, The Public

Tallgrass Film Association

"Progressive" movie screening / bar crawl begins at 5:30 and 6:00 at the Monarch, continues at the Anchor, and wraps up at the Public. Click the Tallgrass link above for more detailed information.


Kids For Cash

March 4, 6:00

209 Hubbard Hall, Wichita State University

Ulrich Museum of Art

Shown as sort of a companion piece to the Ulrich's "Juvenile In Justice" exhibition


"It's All About The Coens" Filmmakers Lab

March 8, 2:00

House of Schwan

Tallgrass Film Association

Tallgrass Co-Director of Programming Nick Pope will talk about the filmmaking career of the Coen Brothers.