Lodge Design and Indy Film Fest presented by Indiana State University bring back the Bigger Picture Show on Friday, April 13 from 6:30 to 10:00 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex with a fitting theme for its ninth year: the ‘90s. Bigger Picture Show: The ‘90s promises to be a one-of-a-kind evening of art and conversation. The event brings together the most talented designers in Indianapolis to re-imagine movie posters with their own unique spin. Event attendees can cast bids on the re-conceptualized, framed posters through a silent auction. Proceeds from the event benefit Indy Film Fest, now in its 15th year of creating shared experiences around film.
This year will be the largest event yet with 95 designers reinventing movie posters from ‘90s films. Event admission is free and DJ Oh Be One will mix up ‘90s hits to keep the party going. Attendees can purchase beer, wine, and food at the event. “Bring your peeps; we’re throwing it back to some simpler times,” said Indy Film Fest executive director Dan Moore. “We can’t wait to celebrate the great films that came out of one of the best decades.”
Film Fest date change
This event marks the ramp up to the 2018 Fest. Of the changes and celebrations for the 15th year, the most notable will be that the Fest will take place, not in July as in recent years, but from April 26 to May 6. The date change comes as a result of the Fest’s growth and prominence in the film community and is an effort to include more films and filmmakers in the Indianapolis event.