“Public Record” premieres during Louisville Film Society’s Flyover Film Festival

A new documentary about life in Louisville during the pandemic is now available to stream for its world premiere event.

The Public Record came about when a team of filmmakers invited over 60 Louisville residents to record their everyday lives on their smartphones. The film offers an emotional portrait of the pandemic through the eyes of a front-line nurse, a high school graduate, an elderly couple, an activist, a teacher, and many more.

The film is streaming now through August 30.

Tickets are $3 for Louisville Film Society members and $5 for non-members. Click here to buy tickets.

The Flyover Film Festival World Premiere Event is co-presented by The Louisville Film Society and Speed Art Museum.

To view the trailer, click here.