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...
March 19, 2013 - 10:41am
Cinemark Classics at Tinseltown presents 'Lawrence of Arabia'
The true story of British soldier T.E. Lawrence and his wartime exploits in the Middle East.
All Quiet on the Western Front is one of the greatest war films of all time. Based on a novel and made in 1930, it tells the story of a German soldier fighting in World War I. It is an anti-war film, in which the young protagonist is caught up in the perceived glory of serving his country. Dulce et...
March 15, 2013 - 11:19am
The Wild and Woolly Film Series presents 'The Silent World'
See Jacques Cousteau's legendary documentary and meet Bob Braunbeck, Cousteau's helicopter pilot.
Jacques Cousteau is a legend in the world of marine science. He was a pioneer and an innovator, capturing many of his expeditions on film. The title character of Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou is based upon Cousteau, and if you want to hear something really amusing, check out...
March 15, 2013 - 10:56am
Witness burgeoning talent at the Louisville Young Filmmakers Festival
The best and brightest of our city's teenage filmmakers will be showcased at the library tomorrow.
High school was not awesome. Anyone who says otherwise is lying. Probably. I'm sure it was great for some people, but for the majority of us, it was four years full of awkwardness and insecurity. However: I did have a pretty great core group of friends, and my very best memories of those times...