Film about U of L Opera Project with Polish Academy Premieres

From 2003 through last year, the University of Louisville’s opera theatre program worked with a Polish academy to create a production that spanned two continents and instructed students in the new ways to perform opera. Now, that experience is in a documentary film premiering tomorrow. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has the story. In the documentary, the […]

Home Movie Day Debuts in Louisville

Bloggers and vloggers — those who blog with video — have made their mark documenting history — most dramatically during the 2004 tsunami. Their forerunners where people who made home movies. And today, home movies are often a treasure trove for historians and film buffs. Since 2003, the Center for Home Movies has helped locate […]

Film on Secretariat Shoots at Churchill Downs this Week

Walt Disney Studios is filming scenes in town this week for its upcoming film Secretariat — about the horse that won thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown in 1973 and whose record runs in the Kentucky Derby and Belmont Stakes still stand. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. The production, with cast members Diane Lane and John Malkovich, […]

Native Louisvillian Profiled in Documentary Showing Tonight

A documentary premieres in Louisville tonight about an unusual organization that delivers food and medical supplies to people in some of the world’s most dangerous places. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. Tonight’s showing of “Beyond the Call” at the Kentucky Center comes after the film’s screening in more than 120 film festivals on five continents. […]

Incentives Might Attract Filmmakers

Filmmakers are making more films outside of Hollywood thanks to state tax incentives. More than 40 states are offering big film industry tax credits and Kentucky could be next. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. Kentucky has had its share of movies set and filmed in the Bluegrass state from the 1980 film “Coal Miner’s Daughter” to […]