August 27, 2012 - 11:47am
Auditions for independent film 'Mild and Lovely' to take place tomorrow [Movies]
Your chance to be in the movies! Try out for a part in local film "Mild and Lovely."
The local film scene continues to thrive, proving what I always tell my out-of-town friends: that Louisville is a city which is very good at fostering its creative types. Anyone with a creative vision and a drive to make it happen can find an audience.Of course, filmmaking is a more collaborative...
August 22, 2012 - 9:13am
Indie Film Night presents 'Girl Number Three' at Stonybrook Theaters [Movies]
It's a local film quintuple-feature, with proceeds going to charity.
It used to be that one had to work really hard if they wanted to see independently created film. Experimental and underground filmmakers would distribute their work amongst themselves and the true connoisseurs of the medium. However, acclaim of low-budget film is on the rise, and it is now...
July 29, 2012 - 8:06pm
The results are in: 48 Hour Film Project to screen tonight and tomorrow at Villa
After two days of sleep deprivation, many local filmmaking teams produced a short film in record time, all of which will be screened tonight and tomorrow at Village 8.
Currently in the midst of making my first serious short film, I now have some insight into what it takes to create a low-budget movie. It takes longer than one would expect – we’re shooing a throwaway scene, I think, which will maybe end up as a minute of footage in the final product;...
July 29, 2012 - 8:07pm
Ear X-tacy documentary 'Brick & Mortar & Love' to screen at the Dreamland Film C
Gone, but not forgotten: view Scott Shuffitt's documentary about the famed record store this Sunday at the Dreamland Film Center
It has been almost nine months since Louisville’s beloved record store ear X-tacy closed their doors forever. The business failed amidst a storm of controversy as owner John Timmons exhorted music-lovers to not to let our local treasure die. Regardless of where one stood in opinion of Timmons...
July 12, 2012 - 4:17pm
Brand New Gay Productions presents the premiere of 'The Gift' at Floyd Theater [
A story of love and life at Christmastime.
Regular readers may remember an article I delivered back in January detailing a day on the set of the short film The Gift, directed by Travis Myles and produced by Brand New Gay Productions. The film was shot over the course of a weekend and has since been undergoing extensive post-production. And...
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