Indie Memphis 2015, Day 1: Tangerine Dreams



It's time! Indie Memphis 2015 kicks off tonight at the Orpheum Theatre's Halloran Centre. You can read my cover story about the annual festival here.  The opening film The Keepers is sold out, but as of this writing, there are still tickets available for Tangerine, director Sean S. Baker's action comedy that was the talk of Sundance this year. Set in Los Angeles, and shot entirely on an iPhone 5S, the movie traces one very eventful day day in the life of Sin-Dee Rella, a transsexual sex worker who gets out of prison to find that her boyfriend/pimp has been cheating on her. 

Watch this space for daily Indie Memphis updates. See you at the festival! 

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