The 2nd annual Indie Meme Film Festival, highlighting contemporary South Asian cinema, starts tonight at the Regal Arbor.
Look for four days of narratives, documentaries and short films from in and around the subcontinent. All films have English subtitles.
Programming kicks off Friday night with “An Insignificant Man,” a 2016 documentary on the stunning rise of activist Arvind Kejriwal.
Also be sure to check out “The Cinema Travellers,” a doc following a group of movie exhibitors who bring the magic of movies to remote Indian villages once every year. It’s about wonder and technology, digital vs. 35 mm, art vs. commerce. That one screens 1:45 p.m. Saturday.
Here is the full slate.
While all-access passes are sold out, tickets to individual screenings can be purchased here.