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‘Commonwealth Curiosities’ to be shown at 2015 LIFF

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Morehead State University's Steven Middleton, instructor of mass communication, will have his documentary "Commonwealth Curiosities; An Ode to Kentucky's Unique Attractions Vol.1" shown at the 2015 Louisville International Film Festival Friday, Oct. 2.

The annual Louisville's International Festival of Film (LIFF) welcomes filmmakers and film lovers from around the world to the historic city of Louisville. The event offers three days of screenings, educational workshops, and open dialogue with savvy audiences.

Louisville's International Festival of Film debuted in 2009. During the years, LIFF has built on that success and partnered with distribution companies that review all of the accepted films.

Middleton's Commonwealth Curiosities is a documentary focusing on the old American roadside attractions, and curiosities here in Kentucky. The film was produced, and directed by Middleton with help on cameras from Convergent Media seniors Patrick Brumback of Owenton and John Tanner Blevins of Paintsville; along with faculty member John Flavell. The documentary was previously featured in the March 2015 issue of Kentucky Monthly, and began airing on KET in June.

Additional information is available by contacting Middleton at 606-783-9583.

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