I’m very happy to announce that on June 12-14, Louisville will host its first-ever Flyover Film Festival, founded by several fabulous people (Sheila Berman, Ryan Daly, Gill Holland, Tracy Heightchew, Stu Pollard, George Parker) and myself.
For this inaugural festival we’ve focused mostly on films which include participation from a present or past Louisvillian. Those connections are here, and the schedule is here. Of course, I suggested (humbly, mind you!) one of my own films, and lo and behold, the festival will be showing ‘The Burrowers.’ Fortunate attendees will be able to see Phil Parmet’s terrific cinematography (and the awesomely gooey-mouthed creatures) on a wide screen, as well as lob some questions (easy one) to me and (difficult ones) to the nimble director, JT Petty, in a Q & A afterwards.
The festival offers a few other feature films, including one with William H. Macy, some powerful documentaries, and several wonderful short films. A filmmaker’s reception, an afterparty at Gill’s Green Building, and an awards ceremony round out the festivities. All screenings take place at downtown’s Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.
See y’all there!
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