Fall in love with indie film: Sept 10-13.
Watch great films, drink great beer, and fall in love with indie film.
Tickets & Passes
9/10 7PM at Alamo Drafthouse:
When Krisha decides to join her family for a holiday dinner, tensions escalate and she struggles to keep her own demons at bay.
Features at Dharma Studio and Alamo Drafthouse.
9/10 7PM at Alamo: Dive into the life, music, and groundbreaking influence of America's first glam rocker, forgotten by history.
9/11 7PM at Dharma: An alleged meteor strike sets off mysterious events, and sends two women on a decent into madness.
9/11 7PM at Alamo: Explore the rise of a new Internet: decentralized, encrypted, dangerous, and beyond the law.
9/11 9PM at Alamo: Friends venture into the remote Texas woods for a party and find themselves stalked by Bigfoot.
9/12 5PM at Dharma: An uncompromising glimpse into the lives of career musicians in our modern era; with a pre-screening performance by Gallows Bound.
9/12 5PM at Alamo: Staring Bruce Greenwood, an unlikely pair, bound together by emotional scars, cross the Alaskan wilderness and discover sanctuary on the frontier.
9/12 7PM at Dharma: Rather than succumb to the pressures of Richmond, CA, Clark uses his artistic perspective to help save his city from itself.
9/13 1PM at Museum of the Shenandoah Valley: A documentary about Master Potter Kevin Crowe, his life's work and entrepreneurism.
With six blocks of short films to chose from, there's a little indie for everyone—you can see them all!
A dark comedy staring a postal inspector; a housewife leads a fantastic double life; a day in the life of a comedian; 6 films.
A teen falls in love and questions his faith; a 911 dispatch officer seeks forgiveness; a young girl leaves the inner-city for the suburbs; 4 films.
Preceeding our feature Exists, check out Haunted—a collection of short horror films guaranteed to glue you to your seat and give you the chills; 3 films.
An 84-year-old woman flirts with death; a love story on the eve of liberation; a failed puppeteer discovers an unlikely friendship in the supernatural; 6 films.
A daughter tests a father's loyalty to the motherland; a woman comes to terms with the changes of her time; a strange young man "watches"; 7 films.
True romance fights against cultural confusion; two friends go on one last base-jump; a married couple reveal themselves for the first time; 5 films.
Join us for some great fun between shows.
Make your first stop the Winchester Book Gallery, our film festival's HQ. Buy passes, tickets, and get directions here.
Join us at the Winchester Book Gallery for a toast as we kick off our third year of indie love.
Join us at Village Market Bistro: drink beer, play trivia, win prizes. Hosted by comedian Pete Buchbauer!
Drinks, snacks, and an art show at Tin Top and Handmade on Winchester's Old Town Mall, next door to Dharma Studio.
Get your pre-screening buzz at The Espresso Bar on Winchester's Old Town Mall: coffee, espresso, and light fare.
Join us for an open discussion with our feature filmmakers, in The Radiant Room upstairs at The Bright Box theater.
Help us wrap-up a great festival at eM on Winchester's Old Town Mall: meet the filmmakers and festival staff!
Kick-start the final day of the festival with the best brunch in town: champagne, a bloody mary bar, and great food.
Seating is limited! Get your all access pass now.
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