It’s a classic Hollywood story: The son of a filmmaker goes to film school and becomes one himself. His fiancée is an agent for contemporary artists.
‘Alphonso Bow’ raises playwright’s spectre with comedy
The spirit of Samuel Beckett is not dead. Want proof? “Alphonso Bow” is your best bet.
Zombies, Scott Walker and more at the 4th film fest
Alcohol and movies.
Doctoral student’s research highlights Mexico’s troubles
“You can take a sort of hardline national security perspective or a bleeding heart approach — I think it’s important to go with both,” Roy Germano says of how the U.S.
Jeers, protests and rotten eggs — how could any film survive that?
Louise Cecil and her house of 10,000 identities
“I knew the face and the figure weren’t going to last forever,” Louise Cecil says as she leads the way through her byzantine Floyd Street costume warehouse, stacked to its I-beams
Aron Conaway, Hallie Jones document problems, answers
Aron Conaway and Hallie Jones are known to many in the Louisville arts community as two of the people behind LAVA House, the unique Germantown arts space that burned down last year, taking the life
Of flyovers, first chances and final bows
You’re yawning. I can see it.
(Starring Alison Lohman, Justin Long, Lorna Raver, Dileep Rao and David Paymer. Directed by Sam Raimi. Rated PG-13; 1:39.
New, encore and low-price DVD releases on Tuesday, June 9
This Week’s Twin Peeks:
2008; $28.95-$35.95, R