MONROVIA, INDIANA

Monrovia, Indiana is a film by documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman, airing on PBS. Located in mid-America, Monrovia, Indiana, (population 1,063) is primarily a farming community. Wiseman’s film explores the day-to-day experiences living and working in Monrovia, with emphasis on community organizations and institutions, religion and daily life in this farming community.

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Scenic Monrovia

01:33

View some of the picturesque farmland of Monrovia, Indiana.



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Auction

01:49

Watch an auctioneer, in Monrovia Indiana, as he auctions off farm vehicles.

Grocery Store

00:44

Visit a grocery store in Monrovia, Indiana.

Fire Hydrant

01:21

At a town meeting, a resident discusses a non-functional fire hydrant near his house.

Collision Repair Shop

01:32

Watch employees hard at work in a collision repair shop in Monrovia.

Church Funeral

01:12

A pastor speaks at a church funeral in Monrovia, Indiana.

Freemason Ceremony

02:03

A longstanding member of The Grand Lodge of Indiana Freemasons is honored with an award.