Indie Memphis Thursday Picks 

The Indie Memphis Film Festival concludes at Malco's Studio on the Square today. Our daily pick for the night's best screening:

Manufacturing Dissent The winner of the best documentary prize at this year's festival, Manufacturing Dissent is a surprising profile of nonfiction filmmaker and progressive rabble-rouser Michael Moore, directed by two fans -- filmmakers Rick Caine and Debbie Melnyk -- whose view of Moore changed considerably in the process. Read Greg Akers' story about Manufacturing Dissent and its filmmakers.

Screens at 7:15

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