December 23, 2013 - 11:46am
Louisville's newest theater venue hosts the one and only Lillian Baxter for a Christmas special musical revue that everyone can enjoy.
This year has been so busy, I hadn't really had time to absorb the Christmas spirit. I had just noted earlier yesterday that it didn't feel like Christmas was three days away.
September 25, 2012 - 8:30am
Transplanted from Hawaii, hip-hop duo CPHR DVN has made quite an impact on Louisville's creative scene and are now raising funds to help with the release of their next album RNBW MZIK.
Sultra Diviine and Wize Mathematiks relocated to Louisville from Hawaii about a year ago and have made quite an impact on the local creative scene. They are a vegan couple, raising a beautiful family, who began the hip-hop duo CPHR DVN (pronounced Cypher Divine) while stationed together in the...
June 10, 2012 - 9:57am
A well meaning documentary about the downfall of Detroit doesn't ask many questions, doesn't give any answers, and certainly doesn't have any hope for the future.
Detropia, the new documentary by the two person team that put together the alarming Jesus Camp, shows the desertion of Detroit caused by migrating jobs and the failing economy. An interesting, timely premise of course, but the film ultimately crashes against documentary sin after sin and ends...
June 9, 2012 - 11:40am
Despite my love of Kentucky and appreciation for everything filmmaker Martha Stephens wished to show, I could not connect with this meandering, listless film.
The newest film from director Martha Stephens, who debuted last year’s Flyover Fest with Passenger Pigeons, follows the newly out of work James as he leaves his long-time girl friend and urban Louisville behind to begin a two month trek down Kentucky’s long Sheltowee Trace Trail....
June 9, 2012 - 9:58am
Telling the story of a young couple escaping through Florida from a following crime, Sun Don't Shine grips tightly to your attention, not letting it leave the screen.
The first shot of Sun Don’t Shine, writer/director Amy Seimetz’s entry in this year’s Flyover Film Festival, shows the character Crystal whipping back her head in a fierce, unmanageable torrent of anguish and pain. The film never lets up from there. In this closely tracked,...