The fiftieth anniversary of Doctor Who is coming - and it's coming to theaters in 3D as well! Read ahead to find out where to go to see it in Louisville.
See a list of winning films (and watch some of them online)!
The 48 Hour Film Project will be screening short films by 33 local teams, who wrote and produced their projects within 48 hours for the annual competition. Showtimes are this Wednesday and Thursday at Village 8 Theaters.
"Monsters Wanted" - a documentary about the creation of a haunted / Halloween amusement park - premieres Friday at the Fright Night Film Festival at the Galt House.
Louisvillian John Wells used to find ways to skip out on gym class because of his bodily insecurities- now he's a model and rising actor with a career that is inspiring.
bask in the Americana of it all this summer
Yesterday, I took a look at past Derbys and movies that go along with each era. Essentially, I’ve been taking a look at the winners, interesting facts, and assigning a horse racing related movie to every decade and that brings us to today, where we’re up to the 1950’s.
Louisville’s Cinemark Tinseltown USA, one of only three theaters in Kentucky to screen the film in its revolutionary new format.
Spend time with the family this season watching some of the best Christmas films ever.
All children, regardless of ability or exceptionality, can enjoy the Saturday movie experience, thanks to Sensory Sensitive Cinema.
Archie Borders' third film, "Pleased to Meet Me" will need extras for its concert scene tonight at Brown Theatre.
The best thirteen films of the 48 Hour Film Project were shown at Village 8 Theatres.