Final notice: Flyover Film Festival update for tonight, Saturday and Sunday
(Editor’s note: This update is courtesy of the Dreamland Film Center.)
Welcome Back to Dreamland Film Center
Spend Saturday at Dreamland Film Center, 810 E.Market St. in NuLu, and learn more about your microcinema.
We’ll screen the critically acclaimed “Wuthering Heights” and “Deptropia.” We’ll round out the afternoon there with two short film programs from Milwaukee-based artist Tony Balko.
And a special treat: Visit our neighbors The Flea Off Market, running noon – 6 pm.
Come for “The Comedy” Stay for the Music
The party starts Saturday night with a double feature presented by Wild and Woolly Video at Headliners Music Hall. Provocative comedians Tim and Eric’s latest film “The Comedy” is sure to rouse and stir Louisville as much as it did Sundance audiences.
The second half of the bill features Louisville’s dub/doom-roc ambassadors Seluah performing live musical accompaniment to Tod Browning’s classic uncanny tale, “The Unknown.”
Explore Film and Art at the Speed Art Museum
Flyover tickets include admission to the Speed Art Museum during regular business hours (Friday & Sunday). Sunday, we’ll return to the Speed Art Museum for From the Festival Circuit, a collection of short films selected by Zachary Trietz.
We’re especially proud to present the Ross Brothers and their film “Tchoupitoulas,” just as it is announced the film is picked up by Oscilloscope.
Austin standouts, the Zellner Brothers, will close out the festival with SXSW favorite Kid-Thing, a portrait of adolescent Annie and her solitary mischief.
For tickets and more information, visit www.flyoverfilmestival.com.
Tickets are $10 per program, $8 for LFS members, with a special double-feature price of $15 for the Headliner’s event.
Festival Passes: $75 or $50 for LFS members. Purchase tickets here.
FLYOVER AT A GLANCE
Sun Don’t Shine with Q&A director Amy Seimetz, and actors Kentucker Audley & Kate Lyn Sheil, Friday, June 8 @ 7 pm – Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. 3rd Street
Pilgrim Song with Q&A with Martha Stephens and Timothy Morton, Friday, June 8 @ 8:45 pm – Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. 3rd Street
Wuthering Heights – Saturday, June 9 @ 12 pm – Dreamland Film Center, 810 E. Market St.
Made in Milwaukee (Shorts II) Q&A with media artist, programmer and educator Tony Balco, Saturday, June 9 @ 2:30 pm – Dreamland Film Center, 810 E. Market St.
Detropia, Saturday, June 9 @ 4 pm – Dreamland Film Center, 810 E. Market St.
Through the Rainbow, (Shorts III) Q&A with media artist, programmer and educator Tony Balco, Saturday, June 9 @ 6 pm – Dreamland Film Center, 810 E. Market St.
The Comedy Q&A with director Rick Alverson, Saturday, June 9 @ 8 pm, Headliner’s Music Hall, 1386 Lexington Rd.
Tod Browning’s The Unknown with live musical accompaniment by Seluah, Saturday, June 9 @ 10 pm, Headliner’s Music Hall, 1386 Lexington Rd.
From the Festival Circuit (Shorts IV) Presented by Zachary Trietz, Sunday, June 10 @ 12:30 – Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. 3rd Street
Tchoupitoulas, Q&A with directors The Ross brothers, 2 pm Sunday, June 10 @ 2 pm – Speed Art Museum. 2035 S. 3rd Street
Kid-Thing, Q&A with directors The Zellner Brothers, Sunday, June 10 @ 4 pm – Speed Art Museum, 2035 S. 3rd Street
The 4th Annual Flyover Film Festival is sponsored by:
Speed Art Museum, Yum! Brands Foundation, 21c Museum, Lunacy Productions, The Group Entertainment, Highland Cleaners, Churchill Downs, Axxis, Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society, Wild and Woolly Video, Tafel Flying Services, Hite Art Institute @ University of Louisville, UofL’s Office of Urban and Public Affairs, Stack Insurance Agency, Video Kitchen, UofL’s Department of English, WHY Louisville, Thought Shaping, Lee Guillaume and the Friends of Flyover. Springhill Suites is the official hotel sponsor of the Flyover Film Festival.