J Derek Howard and Noble Knight Media are keeping Louisville weird with a Steampunk-themed short film, titled "Tea Time." Find out more here.
Review of 48 Hour Film Project Screenings. Awards ceremony and screening of "Best of Louisville" Saturday at Village 8 Theaters at 7 and 9 p.m.
The 48 Hour Film Project will be screening short films by 33 local teams, who wrote and produced their projects within 48 hours for the annual competition. Showtimes are this Wednesday and Thursday at Village 8 Theaters.
Your chance to be in the movies! Try out for a part in local film "Mild and Lovely."
It's a local film quintuple-feature, with proceeds going to charity.
A story of love and life at Christmastime.
The Galt House hosted this year's Fright Night Film & Fandom Fest, the country's largest genre-specific film festival.
No Restrictions Entertainment is making a name for themselves with films that deal with social issues. Mother's Red Dress makes an emotional impact with a story of domestic violence.
A weekend chock-full of some of the finest independent film from around the country and the world.
Spend the weekend at the Clifton Center in support of independent and local cinema.
Introducing a new Meetup group for anybody involved in the art of filmmaking.
"You think you can survive out there in the nothing? You're wrong..."
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