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Paducah's Maiden Alley Cinema has a full slate of horror movies lined up over the next couple weeks, including silent classic Nosferatu with live music accompaniment and works from John Carpenter and Tim Burton. John Null caught up with MAC's programming director, John Holt, to discuss what's ahead at the nonprofit arthouse theater.

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Maiden Alley Cinema executive director Landee Bryant-Greene talks with Tracy Ross about this weekend’s Oktoberfest in Paducah.

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Paducah's Maiden Alley Cinema is gearing up for its biggest event of the year, Oktoberfest, taking place next weekend, but first, the nonprofit arthouse theater is hosting a documentary about the seed industry. John Null caught up with MAC's programming director, John Holt, to discuss what's ahead at Maiden Alley.

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Paducah's Maiden Alley Cinema is hosting a pair of critically-revered movies over the next two weeks - the Meryl Streep-starring Florence Foster Jenkins and Don't Think Twice, written and directed by comic Mike Birbiglia and produced by This American Life's Ira Glass. John Null caught up with MAC's programming director, John Holt, to discuss the coming attractions.

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Rural western Kentucky was host to the 'only all-lesbian film festival in the United States' over the weekend. Paducah's Maiden Alley Cinema was home to the inaugural three-day Cinema Systers Film Festival.  Matt Markgraf went to the festival on Saturday and brings this report:

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Paducah’s Maiden Alley Cinema is hosting an all-lesbian film festival this weekend which is advertised as the only festival of its kind in the country.

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Italian pianist and crossover musician Virginia Guastella speaks with Tracy Ross on Sounds Good about composing music and her tour in the United States.

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On Thursday's Sounds Good, John Null caught up with Maiden Alley Cinema's John Holt to discuss a couple movies with some common themes coming to Paducah's arthouse theater in the next two weeks. The New Zealand-set comic adventure Hunt for the Wilderpeople and drama Captain Fantastic both feature characters that head into the wild, for different reasons.

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In the next two weeks, Paducah's Maiden Alley Cinema is featuring Todd Solondz's comedy Wiener-Dog, about a dachsund and its many dysfunctional owners. Plus, MAC hosts aspiring filmmakers for the annual 48 Hour Film Project. John Null caught up with MAC's John Holt to discuss the coming attractions.

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Paducah's Maiden Alley Cinema is ending the summer on a high note, with several acclaimed independent films programmed for the rest of July and August. In the next couple weeks, the nonprofit arthouse will feature Tickled, a documentary on the surprisingly seedy world of competitive tickling, as well as The Neon Demon, the latest offering from Nicolas Winding Refn – the director of Drive. John Null caught up with MAC's John Holt to discuss the coming attractions.

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