Let me throw some titles at you: The Telemarketer, Write of Passage, The Checkout Line, and my personal favorite An Evening with My Comatose Mother.

These are just a few of the movies that will be presented during Unscripted 2: Another Indie Film Xperience, set to begin June 15th at the Daviess County Public Library.

As with the previous Unscripted series, this six week event will feature work by the best local and regional filmmakers. After each screening, there will be a brief Q & A session with the filmmakers as well as an opportunity for the audience to view the films a second time and participate in an interactive "anything can happen" audio commentary experience.

Plus, there will something new with Unscripted 2--live acoustic sets by local singers/songwriters. The event is free to the public. Drinks and popcorn will be provided. You can't watch movies without 'em.

The series begins June 15th and runs through July 27th. Doors will open at 6PM. The screenings will begin at 6:30.

Here is the complete schedule for Unscripted 2: Another Indie Film Xperience:


Saturday, June 15th, 2013DADA with Director Brad Jones via Facetime; THE TELEMARKETER with Producer Cindy Maples, Writer John Cosper and actor Joe Atkinson. Featuring the music of Matt Branham.
Saturday, June 22nd, 2013BOSCOE with filmmakers Alex Morgan and Ben Woehler. Featuring the music of Andrew Simpson Barnett.
Saturday, June 29th, 2013LUCID with Director P.J. Woodside and Cinematographer Steve Hudgins;  WRITE OF PASSAGE with Director Brad Jones via Facetime. Featuring the music of Taylor Dooley.
Saturday, July 13th, 2013NEARLY DEAD with Director Jon Maynard.
Featuring the music of Kaleb Fulkerson.
Saturday, July 20th, 2013AN EVENING WITH MY COMATOSE MOTHER with Director Jonathan Martin. Featuring the music of Mollie Garrigan.
Saturday, July 27th, 2013JOEY and THE CHECKOUT LINE with Director/Producer Max Moore; VANITIES with Director Dallas Wilson.
Featuring the music of Shawn Brashear.

This next level series is hosted through a partnership with the Daviess County Public Library and sponsored by Family Video.