Hattiloo Grand Opening


Join us at Hattiloo Theatre's FREE Community Grand Opening on Saturday, June 28.

From 4 pm - 5 pm in Hattiloo's Black Box Theatre, Indie Memphis will present a program of short films featuring past Indie Memphis Film Festival favorites and a 'sneak peak' selection from this year's festival, set for Oct. 30 - Nov. 2 at Hattiloo, the Playhouse on the Square, the Circuit Playhouse and Malco Theatres' Studio on the Square.

Indie Memphis Short Film Program

4 - 5 pm Saturday, June 28 @ Hatiloo's Black Box Theatre (36 South Cooper)


Directed by Alan Spearman / 2012 / 4 minutes
Made in Memphis

Faith Jackson's smile obscures the pain of the past and her hear of bullets flying past her mother's apartment in the Soulsville neighborhood of Memphis.

Winner of Crosstown Arts' MemFEAST3.

L Train

Directed by Anna Musso / 2012 / 11 minutes

Sunny is a self-regarding teenager fighting her way through an inner city blizzard, until she encounters someone who forces her to consider an altruistic, if not absurd, action.

Official selection of the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.

As I Am

Directed by Alan Spearman / 2012 / 14 minutes
Made in Memphis

Chris Dean's heart stopped working when he was two.
He died but he came back.

Winner of the Best Hometowner Documentary Short award at the 2012 Indie Memphis Film Festival.

A special 'sneak peak' selection from the 2014 Indie Memphis Film Festival, Oct. 30 - Nov. 2

The Bravest, The Boldest 

Directed by Moon Molson / 2014 / 17 minutes

Two army casualty-notification officers arrive at the Harlem projects to deliver some news to Sayeeda Porter about her son serving in the war overseas. But whatever it is they have to say, Sayeeda ain't willing to hear it.

Official selection of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.