The inaugural Elizabethtown Film Festival will take place September 13-15! Organized by the E-Town Film Society, we will be screening a series 17 short, feature, and documentary films created by local filmmakers at Crowne Pointe Theatre over the course of the weekend. Come out and show your support for our local filmmakers, as well as their cast and crew!
Festival tickets are $5 per person and give guests admission to all three festival days. Films will screen during select hours each day. All proceeds from the Elizabethtown Film Festival will benefit the HMH Foundation.
A link to the festival can be found here.
You can also learn more on the Creative Louisville radio show at this link.
Films will screen in the following order each day of the festival and run times are included below:
"Of Sorrows" by Ricardo Garcia
Run time: 3 minutes, 38 seconds
"Humble Beast" by Ricardo Garcia
Run time: 10 minutes
"Starting Over" by Ethan Cornett
Run time: 10 minutes, 7 seconds
"The Adventures of Wonderboy" by Marti Young
Run time: 10 minutes, 24 seconds
"Hiding from the Rain" by Richard Roman
Run time: 6 minutes, 26 seconds
"We're In This Together" by Richard Roman
Run time: 6 minutes, 11 seconds
"Beasts of the Fields" by A Cut To The Chase Productions, LLC
Run time: 1 hour, 15 minutes, and 20 seconds
"The Out Cast" by Yuri Duncan
Run time: 7 minutes, 10 seconds
"Extract" by Ray Robinson
Run time: 2 minutes, 48 seconds
"One Voice, One Mic" by Benjamin Gummery
Run time: 18 minutes, 13 seconds
"Voice of the Epilepsies" by Tiffany Web
Run time: 52 minutes, 51 seconds
"Bummer!" by Brian T. Shirley
Run time: 7 minutes, 50 seconds
"Happy New Year" by Ben Bedell
Run time: 10 minutes, 30 seconds
"War Cry" by Chris Gatrost
Run time: uknown
"If Money Bled" by Chris Gatrost
Run time: unknown
"Lost and Found" by Mike MacDonald
Run time: 18 minutes, 11 seconds
"MIC & MAC FINAL 4?!" by David Katz
Run time: 1 hour, 6 minutes, and 45 seconds
Total run time for festival: 5 hours, 50 minutes including intermissions and set-up.
,Join us for an opening reception to celebrate Hot Yoga Louisville's first art exhibition entitled Cells "small room building blocks."
Jimmy's paintings, hung throughout the space, share his hand-poured acrylic techniques inspired by loss in his life and ultimately exploring the courage "to do".
The exhibition will be Saturday, August 3, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM at Hot Yoga Louisville,
4414 Shelbyville Road, Suite 201 in Louisville. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
Mac Sabbath, the fast-food themed Black Sabbath heavy metal tribute band announced their “American Cheese Tour 2019” across the United States. The tour kicked off on July 16, 2019 in Tempe, Arizona and is making its way to Zanzibar on August 4th. Quite appropriately, the band has invited Ned Flander-themed heavy “Nedal” neighborinos Okily Dokily to join them as they criss-cross the country. Also joining the tour is satirical band Playboy Manbaby. Tickets can be found at this link.
On August 3rd from 11am -10pm, Frankfort Avenue between Lexington Road and Bauer Avenue will be transformed into one of the best street festivals in Louisville! You’ll find bands, food, vendors, and activities for both adults and children. Showcased will be area retailers, restaurants, and live entertainment. Family fun and activities include the free Kids Zone, Fun Zone and Wellness Fair. You find vendors who have something special, unique or delicious to share with everyone!
Cleopatra: Queen of Kings tells the true story of an Egyptian princess who outwits the best and brightest of the Roman Empire while dodging the slings and arrows of her murderous siblings. Emperor, lover, strategist, mother, God on Earth — discover Cleopatra, the woman who remade history.
Admission is free to this performance in partnership with Kentucky Shakespeare!
Choreography by Erica De La O + Roger Creel
Music by Scott Moore
Creative Production by Roger Creel
Step Choreography by Chris Malone + Antae Dickerson
Costume Design by Alexandra Ludwig