FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION PLEASE CALL THE SPEED MUSEUM CINEMA BOX OFFICE AT 502-634-2700
Talk Cinema Louisville
Presented by Speed Cinema
at the Speed Museum of Art
2035 S. Third Street
Louisville, KY 40208
For tickets please call: 502-634-2700
2018-19 Season Schedule
The program begins at 7:00 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
September 12, 2018 (The Apparition by Xavier Gianolli)
October 10, 2018 (Border by Ali Abbasi)
November 14, 2018 (Shoplifters by Hirokazu Kore-eda)
December 12, 2018 (Stan & Ollie by Jon S. Baird)
January 9, 2019 (Capernaum by Nadine Labaki)
February 13, 2019 (All Is True by Kenneth Branagh)
March 13, 2019 (Ruben Brandt, Collector by Milorad Krstic)
April 10, 2019 (Photograph by Ritesh Battra)
Be first to be entertained!
During the 2017-18 Season, the Talk Cinema Louisville audience screened such great films as:Rebel In the Rye, by Danny Strong, The Florida Project by Sean Baker, Lady Bird, by Greta Gerwig, Tonya by Craig Gillespie, The Other Side of Hope by Aki Kaurismaki, Borg Vs. McEnroe by Janus Metz, and Back to Burgundy by Cedric Klapisch.
Previosuly the Talk Cinema Louisville audience was among the first to preview such great new films as: A Man Called Ove, Moonlight, I, Daniel Blake, Toni Erdmann, 20th Century Women, Land of Mine, The Commune, and Graduation. Since 1992, Talk Cinema audiences have been among the first audiences in the U.S. to preview such awesome films as Fargo, Secrets & Lies, The Crying Game, Pulp Fiction, Wag the Dog, The Ice Storm, LA Confidential, The Big Lebowski, The Apostle, The American President, Memento, Cider House Rules, Being John Malkovich, Erin Brockovich, Crouching Tiger, Billy Elliott, Gosford Park, Y Tu Mama Tambien, My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Amelie, The Girl With The Pearl Earring, Sideways, Borat, Man on Wire, Slumdog Millionaire, Rachel Getting Married, The Artist, 20 Feet From Stardom, Silver Linings Playbook, Locke, Blue is the Warmest Color, Ida, Nebraska… the list goes on and on.
"I pick films that are worth a serious look by a serious crowd into having some serious fun." - Harlan Jacobson, Founder, Talk Cinema