Roving Cinema

Cult Classic Films In Picture Perfect Venues

Do you like movies? Get out! For a film lover, what could be better than going to see a movie in a theater? What about going to see a movie in a totally unexpected place, like a ballpark, a bowling alley, a newspaper press room, or a catacomb deep under the city?

We created our Roving Cinema series to take films outside the four walls of a theater. Sure, as movie nerds, we all love the theater experience, but we also welcome the chance to appreciate some of our favorite films in cool places. In the process, we can crack open a cold beer, catch up with an old friend, and maybe even visit some place we’ve never been.

Most of our Roving Cinema films are cult classics, which is a fancy way of saying they didn’t make much money at the box office. They are the kinds of movies your weird cousin made you watch, or the things you would view on loop as a kid. Either way, they are totally fun, and they are perfect for viewing in a unique space.

Roving Cinema is made possible through a grant from the Efroymson Family Fund.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Friday, October 24, 2014

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Craig Mince

Craig Mince

President / Indy Film Fest

"Roving Cinema started out as a great way to highlight the uniqueness of the city we love in conjunction with cult classic movies and has grown into something that the community has really embraced!"