Indie Memphis Starts Today



The 12th Indie Memphis Film Festival starts tonight at Studio on the Square with two opening-night screenings, each playing twice: The documentary Shooting Robert King (7:15 p.m. and 9:45 p.m.), about a Memphis-based war photographer, and the Southern-themed feature That Evening Sun (7 p.m. and 10 p.m.), starring Hal Holbrook.

Chris Davis and Greg Akers, respectively, have features on these films in our festival coverage in this week's paper, which you can find all over town in print or here. In addition, Davis goes more in depth with Robert King here.

Look for much more on the festival in this space later today and throughout the week, including our own daily guide to festival screenings each morning, starting tomorrow.


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