Flyover Film Festival Lineup Announced

Thirty-six films will make their Kentucky premieres in the Louisville Film Society’s fourth annualFlyover Film Festival June 7-10. The films range from a concert feature on Louisville rockers My Morning Jacket to a dark comedy by provocative Comedy Central stars Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.

The festival will feature a special early screening on May 29 of “The Artist is Present,” an award-winning documentary on acclaimed performance artist Marina Abramovic presented in partnership with 21C Museum. Abramovic and co-director and producer Jeff Dupre, a Louisville native, will appear at the screening in the Kentucky Center’s Bomhard Theatre at 6:30 p.m.

Here’s this year’s festival lineup:

June 7

At the Speed Art Museum: 
Filmmaker’s Follies” (Shorts I): a short film showcase featuring new films by local and national filmmakers including “One Big Holiday.” Part concert film, part portrait of our city, “One Big Holiday” documents My Morning Jacket’s electrifying performance at the KFC Yum! Center and also features Wax Fang, the Louisville Youth Orchestra, ear-X-tacy’s John Timmons and plenty of other local flavor. Q&A’s with filmmakers to follow. Doors at 6:30, film at 8 p.m.

June 8

At the Speed Art Museum: 
Amy Seimetz’s “Sun Don’t Shine,” 7 p.m.
Kentucky writer/director Martha Stephens’ “Pilgrim Song,” 8:30 p.m.

June 9

At Dreamland Film Center:
Andrea Arnold’s “Wuthering Heights,” 12 p.m.
Tony Balko’s “Made in Milwaukee” showcase (Shorts II), 2:30 p.m.
Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady’s “Detropia,” 4 p.m.
Tony Balko’s own “Through the Rainbow” (Shorts III), 6 p.m.

At Headliners Music Hall:
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim’s “The Comedy,” 8 p.m.
Tod Browning’s “The Unknown” – live with Seluah, 10 p.m.

June 10

At the Speed Art Museum:
Zachary Trietz’s showcase “From the Festival Circuit” (Shorts IV), 12:30 p.m.
The Ross Brothers’ “Tchoupitoulas,” 2 p.m.
The Zellner Brothers’ “Kid-Thing,” 4 p.m.

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