Louisville International Festival of Film at Spalding University
We are excited to announce Spalding University’s participation in the 5th Annual Louisville International Festival of Film (LIFF). Join us at Egan Lectorium for select screenings of films from all over the world.
Friday, October 11, 2013, 5:00 PM – 6:45 PM
Saturday, October 12, 2013, 10:00 AM – 5:45 PM
Egan Leadership Center Lectorium
901 S. Fourth Street
Louisville, KY 40203
Friday, October 11, 2013
5:00 PM – Only Daughter, Feature (1 hr: 39 min)
18-year-old Dawn Cowley sets out to find the father she has never known, ultimately discovering a devastating secret known by all except herself.
Saturday, October 12, 2013
10:00 AM – La Redempcio dels Peixos, Feature (1 hr: 28 min)
A trip to Venice is the dream of thousands but for Marc, his journey is no vacation. Instead, his quest is to meet the father he never knew, a rite of passage for a young man seeking to make sense of his own life story.
12:00 PM – Brothers Hypnotic, Feature (1 hr: 26 min)
For the eight young men in the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, ‘brotherhood’ is literal: they’re all sons of anti-establishment Chicago jazz musician, Phil Cohran. Raised together on Chicago’s South Side as subjects of their father’s utopian family experiment, they wore homemade clothes, ate vegan, and awoke at 5AM for family band practice.
1:30 PM – Missed Connections, Feature (1 hr: 10 min)
Marc Reid, a romance novelist, is setup on a blind date by his over excited sister. Marc, a little less than enthusiastic, ends up picking up the wrong girl from the apartment complex.
3:00 PM – Kundalini, Short Feature (:08 min)
Strange things happen when friends meditate too hard.
3:30 PM – Black Bird, Short Feature (:20 min)
An artistic young woman struggling with the constraints of her small town is forced to decide about her future when a mysterious stranger rolls into town.
4:00 PM – The Suspect, Feature (1 hr: 38 min)
A small southern town — close-knit and all-white — suffers its first-ever armed bank robbery. The thief is masked, but the video surveillance seems to indicate the criminal is African American.
For a complete schedule of events visit: www.louisvillefilmfestival.org.
About: “Louisville’s International Festival of Film (LIFF) is committed to screening artistic films not usually presented through commercial venues, giving indie filmmakers a place to showcase their work. Festival proceeds will be used by the Louisville Film Arts Institute (LFAI) to fund education/training of future filmmakers in Metro Louisville and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.”