Christopher Holmes’ Feature Film, “Lost Colony”, Now Available On VOD/DVD and streaming!

Indie Grits alum, Christopher Holmes, had a selected feature in our 2015 festival– “Lost Colony”. Now you can watch it on a variety of platforms, thanks to the film getting support from Amazon Video and Amazon Prime.

Be sure to check it out here and support this wonderful indie filmmaker!

Filmmaker Magazine’s “Twenty Five New Faces of Independent Film”


Filmmaker Magazine’s “Twenty Five New Faces of Independent Film” highlighted the talents of some of our filmmakers from Indie Grits 2016.

Featured on the list are Ivete Lucas and Patrick Bresnan, whose film, The Send-Off, is a “a svelte and gripping short documentary about Pahokee {Florida} prom night”.

Also on the list are Destini Riley and Nicholas Pilarski of the animated short, I, DestiniI, Destini won our Filmmaker Fellow Award, which is an award chosen by the selected filmmakers present at the festival.

To read Filmmaker Magazine’s article, click here.


Watch Thunder Road on Vimeo

Jim Cummings’ 2016 short, Thunder Road is now on Vimeo!

If you missed Thunder Road during our Generation Lost shorts block this year, now is your opportunity! It has already become a Vimeo Staff Pick, (and it also won a Short Film Grand Jury Prize at Sundance Film Festival 2016).

For more information, check out Thunder Road‘s website and Facebook page.

Kelly Creedon’s short Love is in the Fair featured in the PBS Online Film Festival!


Kelly Creedon’s new film, Love is in the Fair, is featured as a selection in the PBS Online Film Festival.

The IG Alumni in her latest documentary short, illustrates the “the delicately nuanced rituals of courtship and mating at the Wayne Regional Agricultural Fair in Dudley, North Carolina”.

The PBS Online Film Festival invites the audience to vote for their favorites– each person can vote once per day between now and July 29 via Twitter.

Creedon’s In This World screened this last April at Indie Grits 2016. Check out the In This World trailer on her Vimeo page and read our interview with the filmmaker on the project here.