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MOVIES: Life Itself

It would be difficult for today’s digital natives to imagine just how influential a thumbs up or thumbs down from Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel could be on their first show, Sneak Previews on PBS, and later their syndicated  At […]

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The MC5′s Wayne Kramer to be profiled on PBS’s Lifecasters

“Have you heard about Wayne, he deals the cocaine a little more everyday…” –the Clash, from “Jail Guitar

Seven Sisters: A Kentucky Portrait, a Documentary by Patrick Donohew

Another View from the Hills Sisters are doin' it for themselves By Steven Tweddell She's only 11, and she has to stay home nearly every weekend, sometimes entire weeks, with

Hoopin’ It Up: New documentary focuses on women’s basketball in KY

Hoopin it Up New documentary focuses on women’s basketball in KY by Phyllis Sargent Kentuckians love their basketball. This is not a newsflash to anyone actually living in the state, but take that

New Crop of Indie Films Highlights Lexington’s Tenacious Filmmakers: Hollywood Schmollywood

Ace coverstory May 1996 Everyone in this business longs to be able to tell somebody off; to walk out the door, slam it behind them, and swear never

Local Filmmaking: Cafe Sisters’ Mother Love

BY DEANNA MASCLE As a woman-operated film and video production company, Cafe Sisters Production seems to naturally gravitate toward issues that are important to women. The company's fourth project

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