Ongoing now through June 22, Indiana Humanities (a statewide nonprofit which facilitates programs that encouraging Hoosiers to think, read and talk) is hosting a nine-city film tour featuring six short documentary films about Indiana’s waterways.
The films are part of the Unearthed initiative, Indiana Humanities’ multiyear environmental theme, and feature stories from across the state told by Hoosiers highlighting their diverse relationships with water.
Each screening will feature all six films: The Net Makers by Hannah Lindgren; Hellbender in the Blue by Katelyn Calhoun; Land Val·ues by Johnny Klemme and Ben Massie; Cast Out by Will Wertz; Calumet: The Region’s River by Samuel Love and Raymar Brunson; and Water Scouts by Turner Fair and Anna Zanoni. Learn more about the films.
Screenings are free and open to the public. Upcoming dates include:
- Tuesday, May 17 | Tickets
Studebaker 112 | South Bend
- Thursday, June 9 | Tickets
Vigo County Historical Museum | Terre Haute
- Thursday, June 16 | Tickets
Cinema Center | Fort Wayne
- Tuesday, June 22 | Tickets
Richmond Art Museum | Richmond
- Thursday, June 30 | Tickets
AMP @ 16 Tech | Indianapolis
*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. Films are recommended for ages 12 and older.
Complimentary snacks and drinks will be offered at most locations, with beer available to those 21 and over courtesy Metazoa Brewing.
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.