Web site: http://www.ket.org/arts/reelvisions/
This series showcases short films from Kentucky filmmakers. A KET production.
The Poster by Evan Peters #111
The Poster by Evan Peters is a Science Fiction short-film tribute to The Twilight Zone. The main character, Anthony is a quiet comic book nerd living alone, trying to keep to himself. Everyone he knows picks on him except for his one friend from school, Mary Sue. One day Anthony discovers a mysterious poster in the alley behind the comic book store where he works. As he is examining it, a hoodlum tries to steal his bike. This is the last straw, Anthony finally snaps. It seems the poster has granted him a power he thought existed only in his comics.
- KETKY Saturday, March 1 at midnight EST
Films by David Meyers, Ben Burke, Natalie Baxter, and Peter Cook #112
David Meyers film, Wood Diary is about Walker Woods a man Meyers recalls attending high school with him many years ago. He was found deceased by a neighbor at his home. When they discovered him, they also found a house full of masterful wood and metal carvings that he had done over the course of his lifetime. Wood Diary is an interpretation of the lasts days of Woods' solitary and artistic life. Other films include: Four Years Later by Ben Burke, Fried Apple Pies by Natalie Baxter, and Within by Peter Cook. A 2010 KET production.
- KETKY Saturday, March 8 at midnight EDT
Films by Steve Middleton and Robert Beatty #113
Steve Middleton's film Zen Furnace allows us a glimpse into the seldom seen Furnace Mountain Zen Retreat Center located in the Red River Gorge area of Eastern Kentucky. Also featuring The Appearants by Robert Beatty.
- KETKY Saturday, March 15 at midnight EDT
Films by Natalie Baxter, J. Gray, and Kris Rommel #114
Kingdom Come Stir Off by Natalie Baxter documents the traditional art of making sorghum, from the cutting of the sugarcane to the finished product. Also featured Cambodia by J. Gray, and Book Bindings Part Deux and Last Winter by Kris Rommel.
- KETKY Saturday, March 22 at midnight EDT
Films By Nathaniel Winckler, Max Moore, Evan Sennett, and Candace Wade #126
Charged by Nathaniel Winckler, Max Moore's short Red Box, Bongo by Evan Sennett, and Candace by Candace Wade are featured.
- KETKY Monday, March 24 at 5:00 pm EDT
- KET Friday, March 28 at midnight EDT
- KET2 Friday, March 28 at 10:31 pm EDT
Living Lightly by Robin Burke #115
Robin Burke's film Living Lightly documents a family in New Brunswick, Canada and their simple life that revolves around hard work and the love of their land.
- KETKY Saturday, March 29 at midnight EDT
Films By Max Moore and Evan Sennett #127
Max Moore's Check Out Line is the story of procrastination and infatuation; Writing the Big One by Evan Sennett is a classic detective story in modern times.
- KETKY Monday, March 31 at 10:00 pm EDT
- KET Friday, April 4 at midnight EDT
- KETKY Saturday, April 5 at midnight EDT
Films by Bill Santen, Travis Jones, Josh Flowers, and Brad McCombs #101
Based on stories told to him by his grandmother about life in rural Bourbon County, Kentucky filmmaker Bill Santen takes an innovative approach to storytelling in Portrait Studies. Other shorts include: Dog Days by Travis Jones, Still Life by Josh Flowers, and TA Tundra by Brad McCombs. A 2009 KET production.
- KETKY Saturday, April 12 at midnight EDT
Films by Josh Flowers, Bruce Parsons, Clint Davis, and Sarah Wylie Ammerman #102
In Fast Love award-winning Kentucky filmmaker Josh Flowers visits various fast food drive-thrus with a video camera to pose a very important question to total strangers. Other shorts include: Drawing Between the Lines by Bruce Parsons, Unquiet by Clint Davis, and Spread by Sarah Wylie Ammerman. A 2009 KET production.
- KETKY Saturday, April 19 at midnight EDT
Films by Bently Tittle, Sarah Wylie Ammerman, Bruce Parsons, and Clint Davis #103
Kentucky-born and L.A.-based Bently Tittle's Brand New You tells the story of a man who experiences a dark night of the soul and comes face-to-face with his demon literally. Other shorts include: Wires and Birds by Sarah Wylie Ammerman, Varroa by Bruce Parsons, and The Sea is My Brother by Clint Davis. A 2009 KET production.
- KETKY Saturday, April 26 at midnight EDT
Films by Bruce Parsons, Bonnie M. Duncan, Josh Flowers, Travis Jones, and Sarah Wylie Ammerman #104
Appalachian native Bruce Parsons turns the camera lens on his own family in the heartbreaking mini-documentary titled I Know You. Other shorts include: Critical Timing by Bonnie M. Duncan, Heart by Josh Flowers, The 26th Step by Travis Jones, andBuilding by Sarah Wylie Ammerman. A 2009 KET production.
- KETKY Saturday, May 3 at midnight EDT
Official web site: http://www.ket.org/arts/reelvisions/