January 12, 2012 - 12:38pm
Local filmmaker Herschel Zahnd presents his how-to guide for aspiring and first-time filmmakers via podcast.
For many, a career in film is the ultimate dream, on both sides of the camera: many people flock to Hollywood, confident that their surely-inherent talent will be “discovered,” while others drop tens of thousands of dollars on film schools to learn technical aspects of the art, or how...
January 2, 2012 - 4:28pm
The region's only festival exclusively for independant film reveals the 56 selections for their fourth year.
Louisville is a city that loves its film festivals. We have the Jewish Film Festival, Fright Night, the LGBT Film Festival, the Bellewood Youth Film Festival, and Flyover, to name a few. We also have the Derby City Film Festival, now in its fourth year, which has just released its film selections...
December 30, 2011 - 11:26am
"You think you can survive out there in the nothing? You're wrong..."
Last week I had the opportunity to sit down with first-time filmmaker David Brewer and discuss his newly completed film, “Nothing in the Flowers.” The movie premiered last night at Headliner’s Music Hall, playing to a packed house.
July 29, 2012 - 7:05pm
Zombie party on Thursday September 16 includes sign ups to be in a zombie movie filming on Sunday September 19 by Southern Indiana filmmaker Ray Cart.
Meister Productions is a film production company that began out of
necessity. Southern Indiana filmmaker Ray Cart began as a writer before
taking an interest in film. He would toss around ideas with friends
for movies and then began to convert those into treatments and rough