Bards and Storytellers APH Film Fest 2013 on June 22nd
The American Printing House for the Blind Museum located at 1839 Frankfort Avenue in Louisville is proud to host the Bards and Storytellers APH Film Fest for 2013. This year’s event will take place on Saturday, June 22nd starting at 12:30 p.m. The films to be screened will each feature a primary character that is blind, starting this weekend with the 1942 classic, “Eyes in the Night”. In order to make this event affordable for anyone, the entertainment is being presented for free.
The APH Film Festival is a celebrated part of the Bards of the Storytellers event, which focuses primarily on storytelling, folklore, popular arts and a summer performance series. Registration is required in order to assure seating as this is a popular part of the month long celebration. This week’s film will star a blind detective and his amazing guide dog who investigate a murder only to discover a more sinister plot. The film stars classic film stars Edward Arnold and Donna Reed.
Those looking for some clean family fun this weekend won’t want to miss the Bards and Storytellers event at the American Printing House for the Blind at 1839 Frankfort Avenue. Concessions will be available for additional fees before, during and after the film.
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