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Tax break debate over film industry

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - As filming for "The Stand-In" wraps up in downtown Lexington, director Jamie Babbit says she enjoyed her time here, but...

City, Baptist Health Lexington host screening of film on opioid crisis

Linda Gorton and Baptist Health Lexington will co-host a presentation of “Beautiful Boy,” a film that explores the limits of treatment and family love in confronting the power of addiction. It is based on a true story.

Lexington man arrested for video voyeurism

Police have arrested a man they say filmed his female roommate without consent and then sent the videos to another person.

Asbury University offers training for work in film industry

A Kentucky college says it wants to help people who aspire to work in the film industry.

Louisville a Hot Spot for Movie Shoots Because of Incentives

Louisville residents who have suddenly found themselves bumping into movie stars such as Nicolas Cage and Jon Voight have the state's recent financial incentives to thank.

Orphaned Courage – Film Premiere 9-19

Meteorologist Eric Burke sits down with writer/director Josiah Stendel and actor Eric Henninger to talk about the premier of Stendel's film "Orphaned Courage" at the Kentucky Theatre on September 22.

FBI reaching out to high schools to combat drug problem

The FBI is reaching out to high school students in Kentucky as part of the strategy to combat the state's illegal drug scourge.

“Above Suspicion” begins filming in Lexington, extras wanted

The movie "Above Suspicion" started filming in Lexington on Tuesday.

Ali Center hosting film festival in February

The Muhammad Ali Center is celebrating African-American History Month with a film festival.

Supporters hope legislation boosts Paducah film industry

Supporters of a measure that enhances Kentucky's tax incentives for filmmakers are hoping the legislation will boost Paducah's film industry.

Force is strong at area Star Wars premiere

At a movie theater far, far... okay, Hamburg isn't that far but people traveled great lengths to celebrate the latest in the Star Wars series.

International film fest begins Thursday in Paducah

The 11th annual Rivers' Edge International Film Festival gets underway this week in Paducah.

New documentary chronicles history of EKU

A documentary film that chronicles the history of Eastern Kentucky University premieres at the EKU Center for the Arts on Monday, Nov. 9.

Mariah Carey to direct holiday film in Cincinnati

A Cincinnati film commission has announced that singer and actress Mariah Carey will be filming a Christmas movie in the region.

Film for Christian Appalachian Project Celebrates Group’s 50th Anniversary

A special documentary screening was held Wednesday for the Christian Appalachian Project, commemorating 50 years of providing physical, spiritual and emotional support.

Film Celebrating KY Governor’s Mansion Debuts In Frankfort

A new documentary promises to give Kentuckians an unprecedented look at the milestones that helped build the Governor's Mansion.

“No Place on Earth” Holocaust Film Screened at UK Hospital

For nearly a year-and-a-half, almost 40 men, women and children hid themselves in an underground Ukrainian cave in an attempt to escape the Holocaust.

“No Place on Earth” Holocaust Film Screened at UK Hospital

For nearly a year-and-a-half, almost 40 men, women and children hid themselves in an underground Ukrainian cave in an attempt to escape the Holocaust.

Update: Solid Blue Carpet Rolled Out For ‘Sixth Man’ Premiere

A movie about Solid Blue fans that's also 'for' Solid Blue fans debuted Thursday night in Lexington.

Update: Solid Blue Carpet Rolled Out For ‘Sixth Man’ Premiere

A movie about Solid Blue fans that's also 'for' Solid Blue fans debuted Thursday night in Lexington.

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UK hosts virtual career fairs

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