Louisville’s International Festival of Film showcases films from across the world

Louisville’s International Festival of Film is now in its 11th year.

Louisville’s International Festival of Film entered its 11th year with “Manipulated” at the Louisville Science Center.

The festival showcases different cultures, as filmmakers come from across all over the world to be a part of the festival.

The three-day festival runs through October 12th with several screenings at the Louisville Science Center, plus additional screenings at the brand new Holiday Inn Express Downtown.

The Louisville International Festival of Film showcases emerging filmmakers while also spotlighting Louisville and local filmmakers. The festival has grown each year and now includes 3D films, animated features, documentary features and shorts, horror features and shorts as well as feature-length films.

Over 250 pieces were submitted to the LIFF from around the world.

Tickets for the LIFF by clicking or tapping here.  A weekend pass is $25, a day pass is $15, and individual movie passes are $5.

For a full schedule of the weekend events, click here.

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