Studebaker 112 635 South
Lafayette Boulevard Suite BB, South Bend
One of nine events hosted by Indiana Humanities, a screening of six short documentary films on Indiana’s waterways.
Screenings are free and open to the public. While advance registration is requested, a ticket does not guarantee a seat. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to start time. Select events will also include a panel featuring the filmmakers prior to the screening.
The films are recommended for viewers over the age of 12.
Complimentary snacks and drinks will be offered at most locations, with beer available to those 21 and over courtesy Metazoa Brewing.
Attendees are encouraged to follow Indiana Humanities on social media at @INhumanities for details and visit the venue’s website to review COVID-19 protocols closer to the event date.
Film dates and locations are as follows:
- Thursday, March 31 | Features filmmaker Q&A. New Harmony Atheneum | New Harmony
- Tuesday, April 5. Jefferson County Public Library | Madison
- Thursday, April 7. Taggart Amphitheatre (outdoor screening) | Indianapolis
- Tuesday, April 19 | Features filmmaker Q&A. Fowler Theatre | Fowler
- Wednesday, April 20. Strand Theatre | Kendallville
- Friday, April 29 | Features filmmaker Q&A. Marshall J. Gardner Center for the Arts | Gary
- Wednesday, May 11 | Features filmmaker Q&A. Harrison County Arts | Corydon
- Tuesday, May 17. Studebaker 112 | South Bend
- Tuesday, June 22. Richmond Art Museum | Richmond
For more information and to register for the South Bend screening, click here.