Indywood intersects the film industry and technology, providing crowdfunding for film financing for companies throughout Louisiana. Their goal is to make local filmmaking more creative and lucrative for all parties involved.
To add to their online platform for independent films, Indywood is hosting screenings that will take place at the Art House on Saint Claude Avenue. Doors open at 8:00 PM sharp, screenings begin at 9:00 and the bands go on at 11:00.
In the second installment of the screenings in November (Nov 8), Indywood will welcome many of the short and feature length films they producing including: “The Fantastic Flying Books of Morris Lessmore,” Moonbot Studios; “Glory at Sea,” Court 13; “Cabbie,” Construct Films; “Numberlys,” Moonbot Studios and more.
Indywood eventually wants to build a movie theater to celebrate Louisiana film and music. “We’re hoping this series of screenings will evolve into a Screening Season next spring, with a full-fledged Bike-In Theater under the tree house of the Saint Claude Art House. Welcome to Indywood!” said Hayley Sampson, Co-Founder of Indywood.
On November 15th, Indywood will be showing Sunken City’s pilot as well as the feature by Sean Gerowin, “Trailer Park Jesus,” in addition to a band.