Monday, June 15, 2009

NABC on board with "Last Call Film Festival" at the Rud, starting June 26.

NABC is helping to sponsor the Last Call Film Festival, which starts on Friday, June 26 at The Rudyard Kipling (422 W. Oak, Louisville). Festival organizer Andy Schanie may be doing related activities at the Bank Street Brewhouse in the future.

There'll be beer, and here's the scoop, as gleaned from Facebook.

Voted Best Louisville Film Festival for 3 years, the Last Call Film Festival is all about bringing independent films and good beer together for the masses. Last Call is sponsored by the fine folks at Wild and Woolly Video, The Great Escape, and New Albanian Brewing Company.

This year's lineup includes:

- A documentary on Scott Walker
- A documentary on Cathal Coughlin (of Microdisney and The Fatima Mansions fame)
- A performance by The Octopus Project, an Austin-based band.

For $5 each day, you can see these and many other fantastic films. For the complete schedule,
go here.

For more information on all the films,
go here.

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