Film "Pleased to Meet Me" Premiers in Louisville
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.
Louisville is to be in a Master P. Documentary on the effects of chronice incarceration, povery, and volience.
The 48 Hour Film Project Returns to Louisville in 2013
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.
He discusses why hometown is the perfect place for the world's first Romantic Bowling Comedy.
Louisville’s Cinemark Tinseltown USA, one of only three theaters in Kentucky to screen the film in its revolutionary new format.
Louisville's Ohio Valley Wrestling has signed a deal with Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling, and is working in conjunction with an area film crew
Archie Borders' third film, "Pleased to Meet Me" will need extras for its concert scene tonight at Brown Theatre.
Liquid Sound Studios is creating a one stop option for artists with record, film, and photography needs.
If playing a major role in one of the greatest sports films of all time doesn't make you a sports legend of the Ville, I don't know what will. In this Sports legends segment I take a look at legendary actor and native Louisvillian, Ned Beatty.
The Louisville Film Society’s new theater (810 E. Market St.) is named Dreamland, after an early-20th-century Louisville theater. As society co-founder Tracy Heightchew gives a tour and optimistically describes her hopes for the space, the name seems fitting. “We want this place to kind of be a rabbit hole where everybody’s visions can be expanded,” she says.