Looks like Dreamland Film Center, the uber-indy new micro theater, is moving beyond "soft opening" events pretty soon. They announced their first multi-run film today on Facebook; it's an Uruguayan film called A USEFUL LIFE, and it's part of their Global Lens Series.
According to the Facebook page:
Global Lens returns with Uruguay's A Useful Life, a modest pocket-vest valentine of a film, dedicated to cinephiles everywhere, about the joys and limits of being in love with movies. Jorge Jellinek stars as the manager of an arthouse cinema in Montevideo who is forced to confront the "real" world when his theater goes out of business.
Showings will be at 7p & 9p on September 8-10. It's $3 if you're a Louisville Film Society member and $7 if you're not. The Louisville Film Society lists several upcoming events for Dreamland.
I have high hopes for the Dreamland Film Center. This 75-seat venue could be exactly what Louisville film aficionados have been hoping for.