January 9, 2012 - 10:00am
If playing a major role in one of the greatest sports films of all time doesn't make you a sports legend of the Ville, I don't know what will. In this Sports legends segment I take a look at legendary actor and native Louisvillian, Ned Beatty.
Ned Beatty might not be the first name one thinks of when they think of sports in the city of Louisville, theatre certainly. Appearing in countless notable films and being a several time Oscar and Emmy Award nominee, the Louisville native who spent much of his formative years in the St. Matthews...
December 7, 2011 - 1:22pm
The Louisville Film Society’s new theater (810 E. Market St.) is named Dreamland, after an early-20th-century Louisville theater. As society co-founder Tracy Heightchew gives a tour and optimistically describes her hopes for the space, the name seems fitting. “We want this place to kind of be a rabbit hole where everybody’s visions can be expanded,” she says.
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July 29, 2012 - 6:54pm
'Lunch Line' documentary at Bellarmine to examine history, controversy
Since 1946, millions of American kids have taken advantage of the federally funded National School Lunch Program. But despite all the good it’s done in feeding growing bodies and minds, this partnership among farmers, schools and the USDA is fraught with controversy: Too much of a good thing...
August 6, 2011 - 2:35pm
University of Louisville hosted the Kickoff Party for Louisville's LGBT Film Festival. This casual yet stylish affair attended by film professionals and movie lovers set the mood for the weekend's film festivities.
The LGBT Film Festival started with a bang of movies and hors d'oeuvres at the University Of Louisville last night. The evening had a healthy turnout including LGBT Film Fest jurors like Angie Fenton and Dawn Josephine Wilson and actors like Jacob Newton (pictured).
July 29, 2012 - 6:59pm
YERT: Your Environmental Road Trip is an award winning feature docu-comedy by local filmmakers, which also includes music by local musicians like Ben Sollee. The Louisville premiere is Thursday at the Louisville Science Center.