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Thursday, Oct 3, 2013 - Saturday, Oct 12, 2013
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For this year’s iNDie Fest, we’ve partnered with some of the people and places that make and create what’s uniquely Nashville. With local food and drink, unique venues, and a chance to meet some of town’s most talented makers, each iNDie event is a not-to-be-missed evening.



Thurs, Oct 3, 6-9pm
iNDie Made at Marathon Village
1305 Clinton Street
At historic Marathon Village, home to some of Nashville’s most innovative and successful makers, and now celebrating its 100th anniversary. At select stops, iNDie guests will see, discover and learn about products and processes of sought-after Nashville creators.

Sun, Oct 6, 6:30pm
iNDie at the Belcourt
2102 Belcourt Avenue
A first look at the award-winning documentary MUSCLE SHOALS before it opens at the Belcourt—the story of the little Alabama town on the Tennessee River that was a breeding ground for some of the most creative and defiant music in American history. The evening includes pre-film cocktails, along with food from local chef Josh Habiger (previously at the Catbird Seat and now creating the menu for Pinewood Social).

Tues, Oct 8, 6-8pm
iNDie at Gruhn Guitars
(Exclusively for iNDie Patrons Pass holders)
2120 8th Avenue South
A very exclusive behind-the-scenes visit to Gruhn Guitars in their brand new home on 8th Avenue. With food, drinks, music, and a chance to visit with the guitar experts who’ve made Gruhn special for the last four decades in Music City.

Sat, Oct 12, 8pm
iNDie Alloy at Third Man Records
623 7th Ave South
At Nashville’s acclaimed Third Man Records (and one of the Belcourt’s favorite partners). Alloy Orchestra performs a live score to accompany the 1929 classic silent film, MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA—with a vinyl pressing of the performance. Alloy Orchestra is a three-man ensemble, a group that writes and performs with an outrageous assemblage of found percussion and state-of-the-art electronics. Food and drink, too, at this memorable evening (food provided by Sardinia Enoteca).



The iNDie Festival is an annual event that raises vital support for the Belcourt Theatre’s education and engagement programs. Through these programs—which range from Q&A sessions with filmmakers and faculty-led discussions after films, to screenings and film education for children and students at community organizations such as the Martha O’Bryan Center and the Oasis Center—the Belcourt utilizes the power of quality films to engage all audiences in life-long learning and encourage visual literacy among young people.