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This multi-media exhibit features the history of America's 15th state. From its entrance in 1792 to the present-day, native born Ashley Judd narrates the history of this interesting region. KentuckyShow! is the brainchild of Sharon Potter, a Kentucky transplant who became fascinated with the people, customs, cities, towns and everything else here. After some fundraising and years of work, she and her team produced this 30-minute show as an homage to the state. It plays every day at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, just ask the information desk for directions to the screening room.
Beautiful murals painted by local artists, vintage posters and a video wall above the concessions stand are some of the first things one notices when going for a film at Baxter Avenue Filmworks. Although its is mainly known for its elegant appeal, the movie theater is also equipped with the latest digital sound and visual technology. Along with the latest feature films, a number of indie movies as well as a variety of foreign films are also shown here.
Apex Village 8 offers viewers with a premium movie watching experience with Dolby Digital surround sound and the latest visual technology. This is the only movie theater in the city which stays open throughout the year. You can come here to watch the latest feature films. However, the theater is more renowned for its Friday night shows which include indie, art house and foreign films. The theater has also been host to several film festivals and special events.
This Cinemark theater is located in the suburb of St. Matthews, about a 15-minute drive east of downtown Louisville. It screens all the Hollywood blockbusters and the theater offers special prices throughout the week. Tuesdays are all-day for everyone discounts, Monday is for seniors and if you subscribe to their e-mail list, you can receive other coupons for drinks and popcorn.