Once a year, 30,000 quilters descend upon Paducah, Kentucky for its annual quilt competition-- doubling the town's population. "Quilt Week" or “the Academy Awards of quilting” is a huge, adorable spectacle featuring quilt celebrities (including the Quilt Queen herself), a nonstop local TV channel (aptly named The Quilt Channel) and other women passionate about their craft. The film weaves through quilter stories, backboned by the exciting competition. Even though almost everyone has a smile on their face, the film pays tribute to deeper, more serious motivators that make people quilt.
A freak accident pushes two low-level suburban carpet store employees to their breaking point.
This film traces the history of the struggle over voting rights from 1960 through the present day. Over those nearly 60 years this film connects the dots in a way meant to show that the conflicts over voting that are raging now did not burst forth from a vacuum, but are a part of a perpetual struggle centered around race, power and politics.
Midnight hour. Darkness looms in. In an empty street somewhere in the city, two or perhaps three men argue over some one's death and survival.
The Show Starts At Dark examines the last remaining operating Drive-In Movie Theaters in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Meet the owners, fans, and Roadtrippers who still take the time every weekend to make sure the movies still start at dark.
Chris Stapleton’s “Second One To Know” official music video – created in collaboration with Pure Imagination Studios, Universal Music Group (UMG) and The LEGO Group.
A young father tries to protect his daughter from the pitfalls of Eastern Kentucky, the epicenter of America's opiate crisis and crippled coal industry
People have been sending messages in bottles for hundreds of years, in search of everything from romance to scientific data. Once found, a message in a bottle can capture the imagination and ignite a feeling of adventure. No one understands that more than Clint Buffington, who has found over 90 messages in bottles. Even more impressive, Clint has been able to track down many of the senders, which usually takes some detective work. Clint never knows where each message might take him, and he’s made some unlikely friends along the way.
Despite the growing persistence of environmental change, human resourcefulness remains alive and well as people across the globe experiment with adaptive methods on the ground. In ADAPTATION: Kentucky, scientist and National Geographic Explorer Alizé Carrère travels to a small town in western Kentucky to meet Angie Yu, a Chinese-American woman who is turning the Mississippi River’s invasive Asian Carp problem into an environmental and economic triumph. While Americans may want nothing to do with this bony fish, other parts of the world consider carp a resource – one to be cherished and celebrated. Can Americans learn to do the same?
Lilly, a giant orange monster, embarks on an adventure at a lakeside fishing camp with her friend Fluffle. Will Lilly discover the mysterious secret that lurks below the surface of the lake?