June 11, 2013 - 10:00am
The Louisville Film Society presents the fifth annual Flyover Film Festival
The films, the fun, the magic - the Flyover Film Festival.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have once again reached that time; throughout the year, the Louisville Film Society, in their beautifully refurbished church, provides the city with unique and interesting
June 12, 2012 - 8:41am
Fourth Annual Flyover Film Festival wrap up [Movies]
Through an impressive array of movies, the Louisville Film Society gave Louisville film lovers a great weekend. I find it all the more satisfying in that I have not yet been lynched for my reviews.
And so, I bring my coverage of the fourth annual Flyover Film Festival to a close. After 22-plus hours in theaters, 12 articles, and 16 film reviews, I cannot stop trying to find subtlety and depth in everything around me. The four-day Festival came and went in a blur of squeaky seats, torn...
June 11, 2012 - 11:30am
Nothing like ending a rousing great festival than with an fantastically sorrowful exploration of the deep dark that lies within a troubled child. Everyone loves that, right?
 The utterly heartbreaking thing about Kid-Thing isn’t that the main character Annie takes out her anger on all those around, it isn’t that Annie suffers so deeply, and it isn’t that she loses most everything by the end. The truly sad thing about this story is that she stays...
June 11, 2012 - 9:43am
This vibrant, but sometimes slow, vision of New Orleans through the eyes of three young boys radiates with affection and music.
 It took me a while to really grasp what filmmakers Bill and Turner Ross wanted to show me with their new documentary Tchoupitulas. I went into most of the screenings for Flyover Film Festival without any knowledge as to what I would see, and it took me a good ten minutes to even recognize...
June 11, 2012 - 11:09am
The last collection of shorts for the Flyover Film Festival delivers an assortment of emotion, from unbelievably cute to truly despicable.
 This afternoon, at the Flyover Film Festival, they featured the final cluster of shorts. Programmer Zachary Treitz introduced them modestly, with a measured admittance that he dislikes most short films that he sees. Confidently though, he said there would be something for everyone to enjoy,...