Movie Meltdown: Flyover Burning Kentucky
This week we are coming to you “live” from Flyover Film Fest for the opening night showing of Burning Kentucky (winner of best feature film honors at Mammoth Film Festival, Chattanooga Film Festival and Garden State Film Festival and acting awards at Mammoth and the Richmond International Film Festival). Plus we are joined by the writer and director of the film Bethany Brooke Anderson as well as one of the stars of the movie Augie Duke.
And while we finally pin down exactly what is the least glamorous place on the planet, we also bring up… Toy Story 4, Personal Shopper, sometimes we just have to pave the way for ourselves, Kalifornia, life does not stop because you’re making a movie, Midsommar, really relatable, crew mutiny and a broken collarbone, resourceful, giving people an opportunity to do a job that no one else would give them to do, nobody was going to save me… besides me, impressive display, a level of taste, simultaneously hilarious and terrifying, there not be a good guy or a bad guy, the suffering is universal, typecasting, different timelines, planes and trains, sometimes I think that’s what it takes… it just takes you having both the delusion and the passion that drives it into existence – and people will follow that, the garage in Canoga Park, zoned out of her mind, Chasing Bullitt, dealing with loss, we have to unlearn things that we know exist, corrupt law in Appalachia, a film school nerd, perfectionism, little kids just lucky to be in the room, Angelica Zollo, both real and fantasy, Messiah, manifesting it back into reality, literally blown away, a basic timeline, not compromising, bringing us lemonade, on the sly at nighttime, lightning is striking my face with glistens, give this story some life again, general mugginess and the lonesome Angeleno.
“I was delusional enough to believe that I could make my own movie… until it was a reality.”
And for more information on “Flyover Film Fest”, go to: https://www.louisvillefilmsociety.org/