Sundance en Sundance latest stop for native Cincinnati filmmaker <p>Andre Hyland, who's been&nbsp;making "movies" since he was 10, may be finally getting the recognition many people think he deserves.</p><p>The Indian Hill High School and University of Cincinnati graduate now lives in LA, making films, writing comedy, and acting. Hyland learned his film <a href="" target="_blank">Funnel</a> had been accepted into the<a href="" target="_blank"> Sundance Film Festival </a>just after two of his pilots for Comedy Central were rejected.</p> Mon, 13 Jan 2014 11:00:00 +0000 Ann Thompson 21196 at Sundance latest stop for native Cincinnati filmmaker Musician/Actor Kim Taylor <p>Local musician <a href=""><strong>Kim Taylor</strong></a> is on quite a roll. Her new, self-produced CD, <strong>Love’s a Dog</strong>, has just been released and the movie she co-starred in, <a href=""><strong>I Used to be Darker</strong></a>, just appeared at the <strong>Sundance Film Festival</strong>. Somehow, she found the time to join Brian O’Donnell in the studio to talk about this whirlwind and where 2013 might take her next.</p><p></p><p> Fri, 08 Mar 2013 05:32:20 +0000 Brian O'Donnell 9891 at Musician/Actor Kim Taylor