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Punk’s Not Dead: X’s John Doe stars in Pleased to Meet Me

By Kakie Urch The director who says he went to film school at the Kentucky Theatre is bringing it home to roost. On February 16, he’ll sit in Lexington’s  Main Street landmark and watch the screen flicker, not with Nights […]

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Filmslang 2013: Short Film Night highlights Kentucky filmmakers

Lexington doesn't yet have a fullscale Film Festival to call its own, but Filmslang (part of WRFL's annual Boomslang festival) presents a full slate every Fall. Filmslang programming, organized

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NBC Siberia: An interview with Series Creator, Matt Arnold

Cast of "Siberia," new NBC show. Kentuckian George Dickson far right.

It was a real Kentuckian who wrote and directed “fake” Siberia reality show for NBC

In a format described as " 'Lost' meets 'Survivor,'" tonight's new NBC show, Siberia, breaks new ground on TV as a "scripted horror series within a 'reality' show."

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MOVIES: World War Z

In post-apocalyptic thriller World War Z, the first evidence that Brad Pitt isn't just garden variety stay-at-home Dad, Gerry, comes when he and the family encounter a disastrous

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Red River Moon: Latest Kentucky-made movie to premiere at Kentucky Theatre

By Kakie Urch When Lexington filmmaker Bruce Barnett lived in California, people would ask him what he missed most about Kentucky. “I would say ‘the Red River Gorge and the

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Movies: The Iceman

Although Richard Kuklinski is often described as the infamous contract killer or mob hitman in materials for the new movie inspired by his life, The Iceman, he seems

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Justified Memorabilia up for Auction in Kentucky

The Harlan Daily Enterprise reports this week that Justified producers have donated show memorabilia now on exhibit at the Kentucky Coal Museum in Benham, Kentucky. Currently up for auction

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Movies: The Big Wedding

When Robin Williams playing a Catholic priest is the most restrained, subtle thing in a new slapstick farce masquerading as a rom-com family drama, there's a problem. And

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Movies: Mud

BY RAJ RANADE There's a moment in Mud, the new film from director Jeff Nichols, where Matthew McConaughey, playing a fugitive laying low by an Arkansas river delta, drawls



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