Improved government incentives and and abundance of local talented film professionals could be Louisville's golden ticket.
No dancing? No rock and roll? What?
Greg Warren returns to Louisville to headline The Laughing Derby this weekend.
The Roast Crew prepares to give "Toy Story" icon Buzz Lightyear the business when they roast him this weekend.
The winners of the Louisville 48 Hour Film Project will be announced at the "Best of" screening at Village 8 Theaters Thursday August 6.
Biochemist turned filmmaker Kimberly Levin is in Louisville as her film screens in fifteen cities across the USA.
Wear red and show your school spirit tonight at Shakespeare in the Park!
Preschoolers take their parents on fun excursions through Lou!
Modest Mouse takes on Forecastle.
Classic shows will entertain audiences of all ages during Shelby County Community Theatre's 2015-16 mainstage season.
Local Actress Sebrina Scott has won awards for multiple roles, but she is very excited about upcoming villain role and screening of "The Rangers" at Fandom Fest.
We dove right into Kentucky Shakespeare's production of "Macbeth" and found that there's much than meets the eye to one of the play's wicked witches.