This past weekend the 48 Hour Film Project made a stop in Louisville. Instead of simply attending the screenings and reporting on our findings we went the extra mile and made a film. For those unfamiliar with the contest here’s how it works: I arrived at 21c on Friday evening for the official kickoff and
I am truly honored to present the newest episode of This Man Is Not My Father featuring The Genius File. These guys are amazing musicians and all around excellent human beings. Check out their site (http://www.myspace.com/thegeniusfile) to learn more about the band’s upcoming album release and gig dates.
This episode stars Brian Beyke, a one-man music machine originally from Louisville currently residing in Cincinnati. Enjoy the rich tapestry of sound and emotion all captured for your viewing pleasure at Tyler Park in the Highlands.Brian Beyke’s Four Seasons drops July 24th. Check out www.myspace.com/bbeyke for more information
Thursday April 30thBowl for the RosesFriday May 1stKerry Rhodes Celebrity Basketball GameSaturday May 2nd8th Annual Grand Gala
We were lucky enough to be joined by Anton Mink for the third episode of ThisManIsNotMyFather. Enjoy the sounds of the music and the magnificent technicolor backdrop.Part OnePart Two
This weekend the crew at ThisManIsNotMyFather and MARKOUTONLINE were on assigment at the Fright Night Film Festival in Louisville, Kentucky. Having avoided horror films for most of my life because of a fear of gore and guts, I attended the event with some hesitation. Aside from the occasional zombie or werewolf the creep factor was
May I introduce to you, the debut episode of This Man is Not My Father, featuring Louisville’s Dude Plays Saxophone.Part OnePart Two