Evansville Museum Hosting Annual May Day Film Festival on Saturday
For the first time since its inception five years ago, the Evansville Museum in downtown Evansville will host annual May Day Film Festival this Saturday, May 4th.
Featuring screenings of five feature length, and seven short independent films, all of which have been created by Tri-State film makers covering nearly every film genre including horror, comedy, and fantasy, the all day festival will happen inside the Museum’s Old Gallery after spending the past four years at the University of Southern Indiana.
While some titles are appropriate for all ages, organizers tell the Evansville Courier and Press those interested in attending should consider and overall “PG-13″ rating for the event.
Beginning at 10am and continuing until 9:30pm, the festival will include 10-minute intermissions between films with a 30-minute break at 2:30pm. Admission is free, with free popcorn available, and appearances will be made by the Star Wars 501st Legion Storm Troopers, and Maximus 116, a character from the XBox games series, Halo.
The complete list of films complete with a synopsis of each can be found on the official May Day Film Festival Facebook page.