The 10-day Indy Film Fest is underway at the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields. The lineup for the 15th annual event features 140 feature-length and short films. That includes multiple entries with Hoosier ties, including "When We Grow Up," written by 25-year-old Indianapolis native Grace Hannoy. She spoke with Inside INdiana Business Reporter Mary-Rachel Redman about her movie and the festival.

"When We Grow Up" features an entirely female crew and creative team. Another entry, "Film School Africa," is a documentary about a woman who leaves her job as a Los Angeles casting director to teach filmmaking in an impoverished South African community. The subject of the movie and its director attended Taylor University.

You can see the full lineup by clicking here and the movies with Indiana ties by clicking here. The festival runs through May 5.