Indianapolis Int'l Film Festival

Indianapolis Int'l Film Festival

Indianapolis International Film Festival (IIFF) began as a three-day festival in March 2004. Centrally located at United Artists Theatres - Circle Centre Mall in downtown Indianapolis, the first festival featured several Midwestern premieres, including acclaimed writer/director Lars von Trier's Dogville as well as A Slipping Down Life featuring Lily Taylor and Guy Pierce.

The mission of the IIFF is to present films that inform, enlighten, and educate the community by providing a vivid reflection of the rich cultural diversity of Indianapolis and the world beyond our doors.

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