Louisville Orchestra Documentary, "Music Makes a City"
Filmmaker Owsley Brown III, returned to Louisville to finish up his documentary film, "Music Makes A City: A Louisville Orchestra Story". Six years in the making, "Music Makes a City" chronicles the extraordinary achievements of the Louisville Orchestra during the 1950's.
"Louisville Life" caught up with the native Louisvillian and discussed his film, which focuses on the L.O.'s ground breaking success during the 1950's inspired by former mayor Charles Farnsley's cultural philosophy, putting Louisville within the international spotlight.
Other interviews featured are with current L.O.'s staffers, Exec. Dir. Rob Birman and Music Director Jorge Mester.
DIRECTORS| Owsley Brown III & Jerome Hiler
PRODUCERS | Owsley Brown III & Robin Burke
CO-PRODUCERS | Cornelia Calder & Anne Flatté
EDITOR | Anne Flatté
CONSULTING EDITOR | Nathaniel Dorsky
- Program 425
- "Louisville Life" looks at a new documentary about the Louisville Orchestra, visits with the Glass Art Society, meets the artist behind a unique multimedia exhibit at the 21c Museum Hotel, and more. (#425)