Local Indie Calendar for October




Subject to change, these dates are.

10/1 - documentary mystery Catfish (Waterford Lakes), art-world expose Exit Through the Gift Shop (Enzian), bittersweet love story Jack Goes Boating (Winter Park)

10/8 - claustrophobic thriller Buried (Winter Park - pictured), low-key sci-fi drama/romance Never Let Me Go (Enzian)

10/15 - the origin story of John Lennon in Nowhere Boy (Winter Park), more of Woody Allen's romantic neuroses in You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (Winter Park), education reform doc Waiting for "Superman" (Winter Park)

10/22 - quasi-religious thriller Stone (Winter Park), Iraq War investigation The Tillman Story (Winter Park), tank-trapped war drama Lebanon (Enzian), the Joaquin Phoenix meltdown "doc" I'm Still Here (Enzian)

10/29 - true-life courtroom drama Conviction (Winter Park), the origin story of John Lennon in Nowhere Boy (Enzian)

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