Links

Publishers

University of Louisville

  • The university (http://louisville.edu/): Gorgeous campus, bright and diverse students; a budding film program.
  • Division of Humanities (http://louisville.edu/humanities/): A truly interdisciplinary program doing leading-edge work in several areas.
  • Film and Digital Media (http://louisville.edu/artsandsciences/film): The Film and Digital Media minor launched in 2011. Next stop, transforming Louisville into a buzzing center of film activity.
  • Floyd Theater (http://louisville.edu/studentactivities/student-activities-center/floyd-theater.html): The official campus theater, with a combination of mainstream and art-circuit films likely to appeal to everybody at some point.
  • Student Activities Board Film Committee (http://louisville.edu/studentactivities/activitiesboard/committees.html): The folks in charge of a lot of the programming at the Floyd.
  • Speed Art Museum (http://www.speedmuseum.org/): In addition to cool exhibits of other art forms, the Speed regularly hosts film-related events in a comfy screening space.

Louisville-Area Awesomeness

  • Louisville Film Society (http://louisvillefilm.org/): A fun mix of filmmakers, scholars, aficionados, and people who just like a good movie now and then.
  • Pandora Productions (http://www.pandoraprods.org): Pandora not only shatters stereotypes by being a community-supported LGBTQ theater organization in a southern/midwestern area–they also put on great shows.
  • Wild and Woolly (http://www.wandwvideo.com/): Andrew doesn’t go very often because he has an online DVD buying addiction, but this indie video store is cinephile heaven. Cool people work there, too.
  • Blackwyrm Publishing (http://www.blackwyrm.com/): They publish compelling works of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, including recent novels by UofL professor Michael Williams.

Other Things Andrew Wants You To Know About

  • The Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship (http://www.lmc.gatech.edu/writingcomm/brittain/): Andrew spent six years at Georgia Tech connected to this program, of which he remains fond.
  • Reel Splatter Productions (http://www.reelsplatter.com/): Director Mike Lombardo has the potential to push horror cinema to a higher level.

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