A landmark of St. Matthews in Dupont Village, Village 8 continues to be Louisville's only “discount house” operating at full schedule seven days a week, three-hundred sixty-five days a year. Village 8 has also hosted a number of special events including the Jewish Film Festival, Asian Film Series and the International 48 Hour Film Festival.
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Private showings for 125 or more guests are set up through the home office at (502) 458-2994
Private showings for groups of less than 50 people are set up through Village 8 Management at (502) 894-8697
For the safety of our patrons, we ask that backpacks or large tote bags be stowed in the box office.
Shirts and shoes are required for patrons.
No outside food or drink is permitted inside the theatres.
No cameras or recording devices are permitted inside the theatres.
All-Day Tuesday Special $2.00 (excluding Louisville Exclusives)
All-Day Thursday Special $3.00
Matinee (shows before 6pm) $3.00
Seniors (ages 65+) $3.00
Children (ages -11) $3.00
Louisville Exclusive Films $5.00
Sunday, February 26th & Thursday, March 2nd
Click on the posters below to view Theatrical Trailers for our current features.
1:25 showtime not available Sunday
Space Between Us
Manchester by the Sea
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Click on the titles below to view Theatrical Trailers for our Louisville Exclusives.
Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animated & Live Action– Starts Friday, February 17
I Am Not Your Negro– Starts Friday, March 3rd
Click on the titles below to view Theatrical Trailers for the Jewish Film Festival.
On the MapUSA, 85 min – Saturday, February 25, at 7:30pm
Moderator: Following the film Dani Menkin, the Israeli writer and director of the film will be in attendance to discuss his experience of making this extraordinary film. Menkin's films have won numerous international prizes. Menkin's other films include award winning 39 Pounds of Love and Dolphin Boy (shown at the 2012 Jewish Film Festival) which has been picked up by Disney.
Once in a LifetimeFrance, 105 min – Sunday, February 26, at 12:30pm
Moderator: Fred Whittaker, science teacher at St. Francis of Assis and Holocaust Educator for the Louisville community will lead a discussion following the film