March 21, 2013 - 1:58pm
The Found Footage Festival will take place on Monday, April 22nd at 7:30pm at the Clifton Center. Tickets are $10 (or $5 for members of the Friends of the Clifton Center) and can be purchased at cliftoncenter.org. Created by Joe Pickett, Nick Prueher, and Geoff Haas, The Found Footage Festival is a...
March 21, 2013 - 10:30am
The Floyd Theater presents an evening of religious debate with 'Collision'
It's atheist Christopher Hitchens versus pastor Douglas Wilson in a battle royale over whether or not God is good for the world.
Ok, kids, it's going to get a little messy in here. We are going to talk about religion. Specifically, we are going to talk about arguing about religion. People tend to get quite heated on the topic. Many religious people believe that anybody not like them are going to hell, and many...
March 20, 2013 - 11:53am
The University of Louisville presents 'Girl Rising'
Witness the journey of nine girls from around the world as they seek for proper and equal education.
It's hard sometimes to believe that in today's progressive, more enlightened world, women still get the short end of the stick. Even in our country, successful and powerful women are defined in masculine terms, as if they have transcended their gender to become more than a woman, but a...
March 19, 2013 - 7:03pm
Stonybrook 20 + IMAX®
The lights are going to be up, the sound’s going to be lower and the folks seeing it will be mainly families with disabilities, such as autism or Down syndrome, who want to go see a movie but don’t want to have the problem of a child being loud or disruptive.”
Every Saturday morning, at 10:00 a.m., Rave’s Stonybook 20 Cinemas, out on Hurstbourne Parkway, will have a special movie for families with autistic or sensory-challenged children.  Part of the Rave chain’s nation-wide Sensory Sensitive Cinema program, the Stonybrook theatres will...
March 19, 2013 - 11:15am
The LFS Ladies Cine-Club presents 'Devi'
Presenting Satyajit Ray's 1960 meditiation on religion and superstition.
We live in a more enlightened time nowadays – mostly. Religious superstition still persists, but most people wouldn't believe in a modern-day deity incarnate. This is actually kind of interesting to think about; the majority of modern Christians believe that Christ is supposed to return...