July 29, 2012 - 7:04pm
Show your support for this local film project at the wine and cheese reception at Chez Moi Art Gallery.
Many people grow up wanting to make movies. For many of the people I’ve known, it’s a common dream-stage, along the lines of Astronaut or Paleontologist. The stage usually passes and people go on to create other, hopefully fulfilling, careers. However, for many, the dream persists, and...
April 12, 2012 - 9:42am
The upcoming Bluegrass Art Experience presents the 7 Day Film Challenge. Register your filmmaking team now for early bird pricing.
Louisville is a city which loves its artists. Anybody can make a name for themselves here, given they have the passion, the talent, and the drive to get their work in the public eye. Next month Churchill Downs will host the Bluegrass Arts Experience, during which the race track’s infield will...
July 29, 2012 - 7:02pm
Support local film and show your love for our dearly departed Ear X-Tacy with this special documentary screening.
“Keep Louisville Weird.” “Buy Local First.” Common slogans, which every Louisvillian has surely memorized by now. It's a good thing – the benefits of patronizing local businesses as opposed to big chain stores are well documented, and we show our love for our small...
April 2, 2012 - 3:42pm
The local film scene gains more exposure with the help of a short by Kristofer and Ashley Rommel.
Last February, I had the privilege of attending the Derby City Film Festival.
March 20, 2012 - 9:45am
John Vanderford presents his film "Wingman" at Comedy Caravan on Monday. I met with him to discuss his film, the 48 Hour Film Project, the local film scene, and superhero movies.
The superhero film genre is greatly beloved by many (and vehemently despised by some). Every year sees a spat of new movies, some really great, some not so much. This year we will see two very highly anticipated new films: “The Avengers” and “The Dark Knight Rises” (and if...