PADUCAH — The River’s Edge International Film Festival is entering its 18th year of entertainment and education in Kentucky’s Creative City, but it’s not all fun and games.
A documentary, “165 Miles: Catastrophe in Kentucky,” will follow the trail of destruction left by the December 10 tornado. Survivors from across Western Kentucky will tell their stories – sharing their struggles, grief, and incredible resilience.
The film won the Virtual Festival Favorite Award at the Louisville International Film Festival this year and was selected to be screened at REIFF. It will be screened on the opening night of Block A at the Maiden Alley Cinema on November 11.
Block A will host a number of other locally made films, including a hip-hop musical short film made in Paducah, a supernatural outlaw short film made in Hopkinsville, and a documentary about the Shawnee National Forest in Utah. Illinois.
165 Miles director Jonathan Petramala describes himself as a documentary filmmaker, independent storyteller and traveler. You can follow his work on Youtube hereFacebook hereor Instagram here.
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