August 6, 2012 - 3:27pm
The best thirteen films of the 48 Hour Film Project were shown at Village 8 Theatres.
Saturday evening Village 8’s box office line stretched across the parking lot. At a sold-out showing, the thirteen best award-winning films from this year’s project were showcased. It’s impressive to note that all of the films completed within a 48 hour period from...
August 2, 2012 - 4:10pm
*submitted to the competition this year.
For those of you who missed the initial showings last week, the 48 Hour Film Project will present the best thirteen films from this year’s selection. The locally-produced films range in genre, from silent to horror to mockumentary to crime. Teams in the Best Of showcase include several...
February 20, 2012 - 1:28pm
Thumbs up for Cinemark Tinseltown hosting a one-night showing of "Leonardo Live." Thumbs down for not advertising it.
Louisville recently had an opportunity to view “Leonardo Live,” the 85 minute film of the once-live coverage of the opening exhibit “Leonardo da Vinci: Painter in the Court of Milan,” at the National Gallery London. The exhibit, which opened on Nov. 8th and closed a few...
August 29, 2011 - 9:46am
"I've been working so hard, I'm punching my card, eight hours for what?, Oh, tell me what I got. I've got this feeling, that time's just holding me down, I'll hit the ceiling or else I'll tear up this town, tonight I gotta cut loose, footloose, kick off your Sunday shoes. . ."
Thanks to GoFoBo.com, I saw a sneak preview of the remake of Footloose last night. I never was a huge fan of the first Footloose movie, made in 1984. Kevin Bacon dancing? John Lithgow as the preacher? A town that bans dancing? It all seemed so silly, although I did...
August 6, 2011 - 3:35pm
University of Louisville hosted the Kickoff Party for Louisville's LGBT Film Festival. This casual yet stylish affair attended by film professionals and movie lovers set the mood for the weekend's film festivities.
The LGBT Film Festival started with a bang of movies and hors d'oeuvres at the University Of Louisville last night. The evening had a healthy turnout including LGBT Film Fest jurors like Angie Fenton and Dawn Josephine Wilson and actors like Jacob Newton (pictured).