Kentucky filmmaker John Coulter screened "The Old Winter" at Village 8 Theaters.
"Tracking Fire" chronicles the worst mass killing in LGBT history and needs post-production funds to finish.
Improved government incentives and and abundance of local talented film professionals could be Louisville's golden ticket.
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.
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.
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.
See two local films at Open Gallery for $5 Suggested Donation
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