Greater Louisville saw quite a bit of rain over the weekend causing local flooding and power outages. For many, the rain causes plan changes but for others, it's just another day.
Local and regional films find top honors among national fare at third annual gathering.
Metro Parks presents mid-week cold weather relief by opening the Mary T. Meagher Aquatic Center for family, films and fun.
Avatar, Best Worst Movie Cats and Dogs: the Revenge of Kitty Galore, A Christmas Carol, Clash of the Titans 3D , The Extra Man, and more!
The Louisville-proud pizza-making empire plans to donate partial proceeds to encourage the local film industry in 2011.
Photos during the final day of shooting Ray Cart's "Queens of the Dead" zombie comedy in New Albany, Indiana.
Crescent Hill Outdoor Cinema series concludes this Saturday, with a double feature of "Cars" and "Bullitt"--a great way to wind down the summer.
Independent filmmakers, get your shorts and features ready! Submissions are now being accepted for the third annual Derby City Film Festival.
Need an event to quench your movie thirst before next month's Oscars? This film festival features what one co-founder describes as "true" independent movies.
And afterwards, guys, head to Volare for V-Day specials. (A half-priced bottle of wine makes any bad movie better, right?)
Can a city that beats its chest with the Arts scene really support three film festivals?
Filmmaker Robert McAtee, who was born in Louisville, returns to town with his directorial debut, "Trail of Crumbs." Part of the Derby City Film Festival, it shows tonight at 9 p.m.