10 Things NOT TO MISS

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					10 Things NOT TO MISS
Tiffany White
Today's Woman; Oct 2009; 19, 10; Docstoc
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Description: (LIFF) is committed to screening artistic films not usually presented through commercial venues, giving independent filmmakers a place to showcase their work. Proceeds of this first (annual) Festival will be used to help fund education efforts focused on training the filmmakers of tomorrow in Metro Louisville and the Commonwealth of Kentucky. In addition to screenings, the Festival will host a variety of seminars, events, and parties designed to provide Kentuckians and industry visitors alike the opportunity to become involved in the future of the Film Industry in Kentucky. Nearly 35 films of all lengths and styles, from all over the world will compete for prizes. Eight non-competing films will also be screened. Amongst the stars of some of those films who will be in attendance are Louisville native and actress Jennifer Lawrence, Academy-Award winning actress CharlizeTheron, and five-time Emmywinning actress (and Today's Woman October '08 Arts Insider interview subject) Doris Roberts.WARNING: To those potential tweens/teens and college-aged authence members, who are also rabid fans of author Stephanie Meyer's Twilight novels. Please note that there are absolutely no vampires in this, one of Shakespeare's most beloved stories, although admittedly the title does give one pause. Not only that... it's a comedy (albeit one with a hint of magic). This production is also part of [William Shakespeare] for a New Generation, a national initiative sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts in cooperation with Arts Midwest. Recommended for ages 10 and up."This annual Victorianinspired masquerade bail has become the highlight of the city's social calendar," says Earlene Zimlich. Executive Director of the Visitors Center in Historic Old Louisville. The gala costume affair in its fourth year) is held at one of Louisville's most stately treasures - the opulent Conrad-Caldwell House. In addition to dancing to live music, enjoying gourmet cuisine and an open bar, the evening wi
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