Louisville International Film Festival, with Charles Booker Doc, returns Thursday
The Louisville International Film Festival remains online again this year, but there is plenty to see at the virtual event.
Films from across the country and around the world – from France, Israel, Austria, Ireland, Turkey and other countries – will be screened at LIFF, which runs November 11-13, with a On-demand film viewing is also scheduled for November 11. 11-18.
The festival includes short films, feature films, documentaries and experimental and new media films, as well as Q&A with people behind the scenes.
Films include the coming-of-age drug addiction drama “Papaw Land”; the documentary “From The Hood To The Holler” about the rise of Kentucky politician and US Senate candidate Charles Booker; and “Atomic Cover-up”, a film that explores the devastating consequences of the two nuclear bombings carried out by the United States against Japan during World War II.
You can find the full program here.
All access tickets are $ 10.
For more information, visit louisvillefilmfestival.org.
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