Louisville production company releases film and plans for TV pilot.
16-year-old Angelo Thomas is teaming up with some heavy hitting film professionals with plans to produce the next Wizard of Oz film
Thoughtfly Films launches their second Louisville based feature length film production.
Louisville actor John Wells continues to land roles across the country, be a wonderful father and provide fitness training despite a condition that could have had him in a wheelchair.
See two local films at Open Gallery for $5 Suggested Donation
It's hard to believe, but NOW is the time to sign up for kids' summer art camps. Read for more info on offerings from Louisville Visual Art Association and a filmmaking workshop.
Be a part of the first ever Louisville Young Filmmakers Festival.
Anyone can sign up to perform at this arts and entertainment networking event or sell their art, books, etc. This month the group will be connecting with performers from several different cities via online connection.
VSM Entertainment's email newsletter has notified readers that Michael Breeding Media is looking for a paid TV travel show host and another project is looking for a young male ages 11 - 16.
Introducing a new Meetup group for anybody involved in the art of filmmaking.
Creative Capital has committed more than $20 million dollars in financial and advisory support to 325 projects while representing 406 artists in its first decade. Their executive director will share their story at Idea Festival on Saturay.
Photos during the final day of shooting Ray Cart's "Queens of the Dead" zombie comedy in New Albany, Indiana.
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