Lexington 12-year-old guides film to Louisville fest

rcopley@herald-leader.comAugust 4, 2014 

J.D. Wright, drone operator; Sally Evans, actor; and Nicholas Skidmore, team leader, outside Calvary Baptist Church in Lexington, during the Sargento's Saddle shoot for the Louisville 48 Hour Film Project.

PHOTO BY JASON MATLACK

It took 12-year-old executive producer and storyteller Nicholas Skidmore and a drone to get the short film Sargento’s Saddle into competition at Louisville’s 48 Hour Film Project. It will be among 30 films screening Wednesday and Thursday in Louisville.

Read the post at Rich Copley's blog, Copious Notes.

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