Indie Show Must Go Online

(Above: ‘Mama Don’t Make Me.’ Source: Vimeo video)

The Indie Night Film Festival, which has screened selections at the Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood for eight years, has moved online – at least for now – due to the pandemic.

Billed as “the only weekly film festival in the world,” Indie Night On Demand screens four to six titles each week. Submissions include shorts, features, documentaries and animated content.

This week you can watch – for free – four selections ranging from seven to 24 minutes long. They include:

Survival Hunt – “A desperate young woman is on a mission to find a hidden lifeline in the middle of nowhere.”

Trust Issues –A “madly in love” couple, Charlie and Megan, are stranded in an unforgiving desert. An injured Charlie must lean on Megan to get them to safety, but trust issues arise.

Junior – A detective must deal with the consequences of a police raid gone wrong.

Mama Don’t Make Me – Two New York City detectives try to stop a mother-daughter crime spree.

The Festival, founded by Dave Brown, is now accepting submissions from filmmakers around the globe.

To submit your film, visit indienightondemand.com/submit-your-film.

For more information visit indienightfilmfestival.com

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