September 17, 2013
‘One woman’s true story about love, death, murder, political power, and consciousness, A Trail of Feathers follows the author’s shamanic journey from despair to self-discovery and spiritual awakening. A young woman of privilege marries into one of Kentucky’s most famous families and her fairly charmed life begins to quaver when she encounters love, death, murder, political power, and deception until ultimately transforming herself—and her life—on a shamanic journey of self-discovery.’
Tuesday, September 17, 7:00 PM
This feature-length documentary is a passion project made by true lovers of the format hoping to capture why VHS holds such a special place in so many different people’s hearts. The film features interviews with VHS collectors, video store owners, filmmakers and distributors.
About Filmslang: The Lexington Film League and the Lexington Public Library will present six film events over five days in the week leading up to WRFL’s 2013 Boomslang: A Celebration of Sound & Art.
Filmslang events include a local music video showcase; a short film night at Natasha’s; the Sundance Film Festival award-winning narrative feature “Computer Chess;” the feature-length documentary “Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector;” the 30-minute sci-fi short film “What is a Group?” by musician Ian Svenonius (Nation of Ulysses, The Make-Up, Chain & the Gang); and a “Pecha Kucha” style meet-up for the local film community.
Of the many roots musicians traveling the world and spreading the early American music tradition, Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three are the next in line to make a significant impact on music enthusiasts everywhere. From St. Louis, Missouri, their creative mix of early jazz, string ragtime, country blues and western swing rings true and fine, making them among the most innovative of all the purists performing American roots music today.
The Tillers are an innovative Old-Time string band from Cincinnati, OH.