The 5th Annual Flyover Film Festival is a three-day festival held in Louisville, Kentucky comprised of screenings, special events and networking opportunities that brings together industry professionals with audiences of all kinds interested in contemporary society and film culture.
The goal of the Flyover Film Festival is to exhibit high-quality programs and prompt intelligent discussion of meaningful films.
In the past 4 years Flyover Film Festival has presented new work by Mike Cahill (Another Earth), Todd Rohal (The Catechism Cataclysm) Clara Bingham (The Last Mountain), Aaron Aites & Audrey Ewell (Until the Light Takes Us), Linas Phillips (Walking to Werner), Julien Nitzberg (Wonderful Whites of West Virginia), Joshua Leonard (The Lie), Michael Sladek (Con Artist), and Debra Granik (Winter’s Bone)
Plus screening of shorts films, music videos, and special programs by Allison Anders, Jack Stevenson, Patrick Daughters, Daniel Stedman, Dustin Guy Defa, Nash Edgerton, Martha Colburn, Ray Tintori, Zachary Treitz, Jim Muller, Mary Bronstein, Jordon Fish, Thomas Comerford, Sabine Gruffat, Bill Brown and Tony Balko.
The Flyover Film Festival is a program of the Louisville Film Society, a non-profit, membership organization that celebrates the transformative power of the moving image.
MISSION & OBJECTIVE
The Flyover Film Festival is the signature event of the Louisville Film Society, a volunteer-run non-profit whose core belief is that film is the most compelling and influential medium of our time. We believe cinema art can take many forms, from the industrially-produced blockbuster to the hand-crafted experimental work. We aim to share a vision of film as a transformative art and encourage participation in all aspects of film culture by diverse audiences.