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.
*submitted to the competition this year.
Thumbs up for Cinemark Tinseltown hosting a one-night showing of "Leonardo Live." Thumbs down for not advertising it.
"I've been working so hard, I'm punching my card, eight hours for what?, Oh, tell me what I got. I've got this feeling, that time's just holding me down, I'll hit the ceiling or else I'll tear up this town, tonight I gotta cut loose, footloose, kick off your Sunday shoes. . ."
University of Louisville hosted the Kickoff Party for Louisville's LGBT Film Festival. This casual yet stylish affair attended by film professionals and movie lovers set the mood for the weekend's film festivities.
Whether he likes it or not, the viewing public most recognizes Louisville native William Mapother as creepy Ethan Rom from the hugely popular TV series Lost.