Powering the Kan-Kan Cinema, The Indianapolis Film Project (a 501c3) is on a mission to enrich the culture of our city through independent film exhibition, film education, and community engagement.

Throughout the pandemic, IFP delivered on its missions even as its primary venue, the Kan-Kan Cinema was closed to the general public.

As a not-for-profit corporation, IFP is supported by donations and committed to:

Film Exhibition
and Education.

Independently produced
films are IFP’s bread and
butter, but we’ll also
feature visiting directors
and professors from area
universities and offer
community screenings.

Future
Filmmakers
Lab.

IFP offers filmmaking
education to local high
school students.

Local
Filmmaker
Initiative.

IFP offers local film
makers and industry
workers a “third place” to
gather, discuss their work,
screen films, develop
strategies for attracting
productions to
Indianapolis and incubate
affiliated businesses.

Audience Outreach.

IFP collaborates with
community partners to
create events using film;
offers family-friendly
Saturday morning
programming and pop-up
cinema experiences with
a focus on underserved
neighborhoods.

LEVERAGING THE POWER OF FILM
TO IMPROVE OUR CITY.

To support our efforts, make your tax-deductible contribution today.
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