June 30, 2013 - 11:52pm
Louisville is to be in a Master P. Documentary on the effects of chronice incarceration, povery, and volience.
July 24, 2012 - 10:33am
One night only! A complete behind-the-scenes look at one of the best albums by British rockers The Who.
As a teenager, I became quite obsessed with a new discovery: the concept of the rock opera. I was an avid listener of classic rock, and when I found out that there was such a thing as a musical featuring such badassery, it rocked my world. I promptly went out and rented the film Tommy, based on the...
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
Grab a pint and gain some education about an important environmental issue with this free screening of the documentary about Mountaintop Removal.
If you haven’t heard about mountaintop removal, then you just aren’t paying attention. In a time when all sorts of environmental issues are receiving constant attention, one of the problems that hits closest to home is the aforementioned mining practice. Here in Kentucky (and all over...
October 17, 2011 - 5:45pm
You always wanted to watch a series of short films on the rooftop parking garage of the 21c Museum. Now is your chance. Tuesday night, 10/18 at 7 PM.
I've been to a handful of film festivals across this fair state over recent years. Most international festivals are great for the diversity of cultures and topics covered in feature-length films. Yet a larger festival like the Louisville International Festival of Film can be daunting, with...
July 29, 2012 - 8:08pm
The new documentary Louder than a Bomb hit Louisville this month as part of a project put together by Jeffersontown High School's arts & humanities departments. Students were left inspired and excited by performance poetry. Film subject Nate Marshall was also flown in from Chicago to visit and conduct workshops with young poets.
As young people, we’re taught that hard work brings success and of the importance of education. There are so many of us around, scribbling words and pictures that the world has yet to see existence of and so much of it is left overlooked or forgotten. It’s a daily struggle among the...