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Documentary ‘Nerve’ by Kentucky Filmmaker Ben Evans Premieres at EKU

The Right Kind of Nerve by Campbell Wood Kentucky filmmaker Ben Evans and musician Ben Sollee are working on a documentary film. Nerve, set to premiere on October 2nd at the EKU Arts Center, will tell the story of the […]

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Kentucky Stories: The Year in Lexington in Film, 2013

Kentucky Stories The Year in Lexington Film by Justin Hannah It’s been a year full of interesting local film events, and screenings of films by extremely talented Lexington-area filmmakers. The


FILM: Blood Brother, Art Meets Commerce for UK Grad

Blood Brother Art meets Commerce for UK grad by Amy Jones-Timoney and Blair Hoover UK grad A.J. Hochhalter (2010) composed part of the musical score for the documentary Blood Brother,


Age Sex Location: Lexington Filmmakers fundraise from Short to Feature

Related Archives Lexpatriate Kentucker Audley's No Budge Films 2.19.2013 Short Film Night Preview 1.22.2013 Hitting the Cycle 10.11.2012 Reel Visions 8.14.2009 New Crop of Indie Filmmakers in Lex May

Filmslang: Call for Music Videos

FilmSlang: Call for Music Videos

Lexington Film League is accepting submissions for a Music Video Screening that will be held during Lexington's September Boomslang Festival. Deadline for Submissions: Saturday, September 1, 2012 Criteria: Selections for the program

X's John Doe, by Archie Borders.

Archie Borders’ Kickstarter Deadline Nears, with X’s John Doe, Loudon Wainwright, and Aimee Mann

Congratulations to Lexpatriate and Henry Clay High School alum Archie Borders on getting the $44,000 Kickstarter funded for his upcoming movie, Pleased to Meet Me, which begins filming

Behind the scenes of Girl/Girl Scene. Photo taken by Bill Spangler.
Left to right: Brian Cunningham, Director; Lauren Virginia Albert, Ling; Abisha Uhl, Bender; Matt Niehoff, Director.

Lexington’s Girl/Girl Scene: ‘Like Sex and the City, with Lesbians’

By Patrick O'Dowd You may or may not know it, but one of the hottest shows portraying today’s young lesbian culture is shot right here in Lexington, Kentucky. Girl/Girl


Archie Borders Kickstarts for “Everybody Speaks Elton John” film w John Doe, Loudon Wainwright, Aimee Mann

Congratulations to Lexpatriate and Henry Clay High School alum Archie Borders on getting the $44,000 Kickstarter funded for his upcoming movie, Pleased to Meet Me, which begins filming


KET’s Call for Short Films: Got a ‘Reel’ Vision?

KET is taking submissions for the Fall 2012 season of Reel Visions. Requirements: Videos cannot be longer than 24 minutes. Videos must be appropriate for an all-ages viewing audience. Filmmaker must have


Oxford American Magazine receives $290,000 grant from ArtPlace

BY RL REEVES, JR Big news coming out of Little Rock, Arkansas. Oxford American, the bible of Deep South culture, just received a mammoth grant from ArtPlace. They’re spending

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