Arts, Sciences & Humanities

The Classic Film Series

All new films!

View some of the finest movies ever made. Explore them with a film historian who will share the background stories of how they were made and why they are significant.


Greg Willihnganz, graduate of filmmaking certificate program at BCTC, independent filmmaker in Louisville for seven years


Classic Film Series #17

She Done Him Wrong (1933); Mildred Pierce (1945); Bicycle Thieves (1949); Becket (1964); Chariots of Fire (1981)

  • 4/8-5/13

    5 Tuesdays*, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    $79 - #149KPC
    Founders Union, Room 6

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*skips 4/29

Developing Commercial Voice Talent for Radio and TV

Discover the world of commercial voice work as you learn about taking direction, creating voices, and the ingredients of a voice demo. You’ll then participate in a mock audition and record a variety of commercial reads including straight pitch, characters, dialogue spots, PSAs and cartoon voices. Register early! Class size is limited to 16 and it always fills.


Barbara Polk, freelance voice talent and 37-year veteran of radio, TV and the ad agency business


  • *Please note the dates for this class have changed.


    7 Mondays, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
    $99 - #149HPJ
    Founders Union, Room 15

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