Next weekend I’ll be headed back home to Louisville, Kentucky for the 2nd Annual Flyover Film Festival, all at the KY Center for the Arts. The festival is produced and sponsored by the Louisville Film Society, which, despite having meon the Board, still somehow manages to run screenings and events and all sorts of terrific things in Louisville throughout the year.
This year the festival offers a terrific line-up of films and panels (I’m moderating one on film finance at 12pm Saturday). We’re offering a Youth Media Summit, so local colleges can show off their film and media depts to local high students, and we’re giving a Lifetime Achievement Award to acclaimed Kentucky-born director Allison Anders.
Finally, we’re hosting a special screening of Sundance winner Winter’s Bone, starring Louisville’s own fast-rising star Jennifer Lawrence. Also, she and I will be holding a Youth Acting panel at 10:30 am Sunday. Like all the panels and events, it’s open to the public.
The info’s all here.
Posted in In Person (or, like, Live), Louisville & KY