December 6, 2012 - 11:05am
The Louisville Film Society presents 'Sigur Rós: The Valtari Film Experiment'
The Dreamland Film Center screens videos from the new album by the world's greatest post-rock band.
What is your favorite song? I bet you can't answer it. I say this because I ask everybody. How many people have an answer to that question? Exactly zero. Seriously. I have not yet encountered a single person – and I really do ask everybody – who can identify a favorite song. “...
December 6, 2012 - 10:31am
The Louisville Film Society presents the Ben Sollee documentary 'Wooden Box'
See the story of Louisville's favorite cellist at the Dreamland Film Center.
I have a friend who lives in Utah – a terrible choice of a place to live, for many reasons, particularly if you aren't a Mormon (or even a Christian, for that matter). I keep telling him to move to Louisville. He's a musician, you see – a very talented guitarist – and his...
October 22, 2012 - 1:10pm
The Louisville Film Society presents 'Staring Into the Sun' and 'The Pierced Hea
Explore Ethiopia and Haiti with this duo of documentaries by Olivia Wyatt.
There are other worlds out there beyond the borders of our country. We tout ourselves as “the greatest nation in the world,” and with that comes a serious sense of nationalistic pride – and I'm not saying this is a good thing. It's one of the Seven Deadly Sins, after all....
September 18, 2012 - 10:15am
The Louisville Film Society presents immigration documentary 'Sin Pais' [Movies]
Featuring the true story of the Mejia family, who lived in America for seventeen years before being forcibly deported.
It's an election year. The conventions have been met, the candidates selected, and already we are seeing and hearing a lot of blabber about all involved. We have previously discussed the idea of illegal immigration, and one can be sure that we will hear much more on the subject, as it will...
September 13, 2012 - 9:44am
The Louisville Film Society presents the water documentary 'Flow: For Love of Wa
The horrors of the corporate takeover of water exposed tonight at the Dreamland Film Center.
It is said that our children are our most precious resource. While it's a nice analogy, I would posit that our most precious resource is actually: water. It covers most of the world and makes up most of our bodies. A person can go a long time without food, but take away water, and you are dead...