September 13, 2012 - 9:44am
The Louisville Film Society presents the water documentary 'Flow: For Love of Wa
The horrors of the corporate takeover of water exposed tonight at the Dreamland Film Center.
It is said that our children are our most precious resource. While it's a nice analogy, I would posit that our most precious resource is actually: water. It covers most of the world and makes up most of our bodies. A person can go a long time without food, but take away water, and you are dead...
August 31, 2012 - 10:30am
Tonight: a screening of environmental documentary 'Green Fire' at Bernheim Fores
Come to the forest to see this documentary about environmental superstar Aldo Leopold.
Remember that Intel commercial from a few years ago? It featured gobs of adoring tech people slobbering over a tiny computer chip and high-fiving the innovator who created such a fantastic piece of technology, and the punchline was “Our rock stars are different from your rock stars.” It...
August 20, 2012 - 4:35pm
Love is love: LGBT Film Fest in review [Movies]
Now in its second year, the annual LGBT Film Fest showcased 48 films from around the world.
LGBT-themed films are quickly coming into the mainstream. This is a wonderful thing – as homosexuality becomes more accepted among the masses, progress towards complete gay rights marches forward. I remember the furor over Brokeback Mountain in 2005, in which two well-known heterosexual...
August 17, 2012 - 12:56pm
OurEarthNow Youth Group presents a free screening of the documentary 'Gasland' [
While the debate over coal rages in Kentucky, there is another horrible environmental offender: natural gas, which destroys the environment via the method known as fracking.
And the debate over environmental protection rages on. It's a battleground, sure to become a major talking point in the upcoming presidential elections. Currently, the EPA is under serious attack by the Republican Party, because apparently they don't care about their grandchildren having...
July 27, 2012 - 3:50pm
Iroquois Library to screen Islam documentary 'The Light in Her Eyes' on Saturday
This documentary tells the story of Houda al-Habash, a Muslim woman who founded a religious school for girls.
Religion is traditionally a man’s game. In the religion I grew up in, the attitude towards the two genders was very much a “separate but equal” type of position. (Disclosure: this is my cynical – but accurate – view of a religion I have since left.) While women in this...
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