Attend panels, view films, meet local filmmakers and enjoy their work.
The snowstorms led to this local film premiere being rescheduled the same night as the Oscar Awards, but they still had a pretty full house at the Brown Theater.
Louisville production company releases film and plans for TV pilot.
16-year-old Angelo Thomas is teaming up with some heavy hitting film professionals with plans to produce the next Wizard of Oz film
Thoughtfly Films launches their second Louisville based feature length film production.
Louisville actor John Wells continues to land roles across the country, be a wonderful father and provide fitness training despite a condition that could have had him in a wheelchair.
With terrific shows and a new young adult movie series, StageOne has something for a variety of families.
Movie geeks meet sports buffs July 27, as players and fans alike wear their costumes for the first-ever Star Wars game night.
Featuring main characters who are blind, this series includes discussions and is free.
If you're not sick of hearing about building snowmen, and you're not still traumatized by the very mention of snow, come down to UofL's sing-along summer movie feature.
Gen X, relive your childhood on a four-story screen with this movie series.
Wes Anderson film set is transformed into a large scale Wes Anderson themed party. The Wes Anderson Film Festival at the New Vintage celebrates the films and the film scores of academy award nominee Wes Anderson.
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