INDIANA FILM RACE – 2018
Day Four: Monroe County - September 30, 2018
TEAM: GOLD POINT STUDIO
The TMBCC exists to preserve the cultural and Buddhist traditions among Tibetan exile communities. The TMBCC is home to the Kumbum Chamtse Ling Monastery, two Tibetan stupas, the Mani Korlo, and a Choeker Pagoda.
TEAM: STEADY & SAGE PICTURES
The courthouse was built in August 1818 by Samuel Elliot. The cost of the structure was not to exceed $400. It was a single-story two-room cabin in the manner of a double log cabin. The building was unable to handle all the county's business, and in May 1819 a contract was let for the construction of a brick courthouse with a stone foundation. This replacement was finished in May 1826. It was expanded and remodeled in the 1850s and again in the 1870s
Stretching 2.5 miles from Tapp Road to Church Lane, the Clear Creek Trail offers visitors a paved path for biking, walking, jogging, rollerblading or stroller walking through landscapes that vary from woods to farm fields. A 150 ft. historic Warren Truss iron bridge connects the Church Lane trailhead to the Clear Creek Trail.
TEAM: ONE COUNTY FILM
Opened in 1953, Café Pizzaria was the first pizza restaurant in Bloomington. Its interior remains unchanged after 65 years.
Griffy Lake Nature Preserve is home to several rare plant species and is considered one of the best remaining examples of mature upland forest in this area. Due to these unusual and fragile characteristics, as well as the scientific value of the land, this area has been set aside for preservation and protection.