Made in Bloomington – Program 1

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Made in Bloomington – Program 1

  1. Tuesday, May 1, 2012 9:30 p.m.
Still image from the film The Puppetmaster
This shorts program was curated by the Indiana Filmmaker's Network - Bloomington Chapter. All films were made by IFN members.


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

The program includes:

Pi Bake (2012, 2:19 minutes)
On March 14th - Pi Day - Laura Ivins-Hulley engaged traditional stop motion animation as she documented the creation of an apple pie, resulting in this fun short film... and a tasty looking pie.

Home Security (2012, 10 minutes)
Horror hits home as a security salesman breaks into people's homes to scare them into signing up for service in this film written and directed by Kate Chaplin of Karmic Courage Productions.

The Puppets' Master (2012, 10 minutes)
A group of puppets cut their strings and rebel against their master in Dylan Cashbaugh's dark and imaginative short film.

Nathan & the Luthier (2011, 53 minutes)
Jacob Sherry's coming-of-age story about a man making peace with his upbringing in the wake of his father's death premiered at the Indiana University Cinema in April 2011 to a sold out house.  The film was also chosen for inclusion in last year's Heartland Film Festival.

For more information, visit indianafilmmakers.org.