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Hatfields and McCoys miniseries revives a University Press of Kentucky title

Sex and violence still sell, and with the popularity of the Hatfields and McCoys miniseries (13.9 million viewers watched the Memorial Day debut), University Press of Kentucky has watched one of its 1982 releases of the same name, by Otis […]

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Bully movie, Lexington’s Kentucky Theatre, panel discussion

New documentary, Bully, opens at Lexington's Kentucky Theater followed by panel discussion.  BULLY opens at the Kentucky Theater, Friday, April 20, at 7:25 p.m.  Following the screening, a panel


Hot and Not on DVD: March

by Raj Ranade You’d be forgiven, after the more-terrible-than-usual slog that was this year’s Oscar ceremony, for never wanting to think about the films of 2011 ever again. But

Ace Weekly’s Official Oscar Night Predictions

by Raj Ranade If you're not a reader of Hollywood trade weeklies, you are A) a better-adjusted human being than I, and B) probably unaware of how much studio


Descendants; Take Shelter – George Clooney and Michael Shannon steal holiday indie show

In the Water Lexington-born boys George Clooney and Michael Shannon steal the holiday indie show by Raj Ranade The Oscar movie season is in a unique state of chaos this year,

Looking back on Harry Potter

“It’s just like withdrawing a billion dollars and putting it into your personal bank accounts. There’s no challenge.” This was Steven Spielberg’s explanation for why he turned down

Lexington Summer Movie Series – A Preview

This appears on page 14 of the June 16 edition of Ace.Won't someone think of the corporations? It used to be that that humble mom-and-pop operations like Time

Behind the Scenes: Making Bloodworth, the Movie

Photo Courtesy Nashville Film FestivalBY KAKIE URCH Meet Kentucky natives Shane Dax Taylor and W. Earl Brown in these Behind the Scenes, production-oriented outtakes from their interviews for


New Movie Bloodworth highlights Kentucky talent 05.12.2011

Here in Kentucky, we got two main themes: 1) Getting Out ; and 2) Coming Home. So it’s no surprise the movie Bloodworth, based on William Gay’s novel Provinces

How to Obliterate Win Your Oscar Pool

by Raj RanadeI'm always ambivalent about Oscar weekend rolling around. On the one hand, the Oscars are a fundamentally worthless awards body - they're too timid to recognize

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