Village 8 Update

Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Rivalry: Red V. Blue will not be screening tonight (1/24) at the Village 8 in Louisville.The film will be playing at the Village 8 in Louisville on 1/31 and 2/7 at both 7 and 9 pm. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, but please catch the show at one of the alternate dates. For more information on showtimes, please check out our screenings page.

Thank You, Elizabethtown!

Elizabethtown saw the first movie to document the Louisville-Kentucky college basketball rivalry yesterday. Today it is Hazard’s turn!

Despite snow and freezing temperatures last night in Kentucky, 107 packed the Historic State Theater in Elizabethtown for THE RIVALRY: RED V. BLUE! Thank you to everyone who came out and experienced the movie like the filmmakers intended — surrounded by fellow UK and U of L fans!

Tonight the documentary is screening in Hazard, KY at 7 pm at the Forum Theater. The screening is presented by Perry Distributors and tickets are only $3! For more information on this screening and others in your area, please check out our Screenings Page.


Hazard Showtime Added

PERRY DISTRIBUTORS PRESENTS “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue” in Hazard, KY!

This Saturday, January 18th, The Rivalry: Red V. Blue will be screening at 7 pm at The Forum Theater, located on 101 Bulldog Ln in Hazard, KY. Tickets are only $3 for this event, so don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to watch the first movie to document college basketball’s ultimate rivalry: Kentucky-Louisville!

Red V. Blue features interviews with Denny Crum, Joe B. Hall, Oscar Combs, Tom Leach, Jerry Tipton, Derek Anderson, Matt Jones, Mike Rutherford, Terry Howard, Van Vance, Jock Sutherland, and many others.

If you can’t make it to our Hazard showtime, be sure to catch RVB on a big screen in a theater near you. The movie is best enjoyed  in the company of as many other UK and U of L fans as possible! To find a screening near you, check out our Screenings Page.

Hazard Showtime

Louisville Dates Announced!


THE RIVALRY: RED V. BLUE will be screening at 7 and 9 pm on January 24th and 31st, as well as on February 7th and 14th at Village 8 Cinemas on Bardstown Road! RED V. BLUE will also be playing in Elizabethtown, Georgetown and Ashland.

Check our screenings page for more info on the new Louisville dates announced, or for info on RVB showtimes in other parts of the state.


Elizabethtown Premiere

Come to the Elizabethtown Premiere!

We are happy to announce that the next screening of “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue” will be in Elizabethtown, Kentucky on Friday, January 17th at 7 pm at the Historic State Theater. Tickets are only $5 and they can be purchased at the door or via the Historic State Theater website. The Historic State Theater is located on 209 West Dixie Avenue in Elizabethtown, KY. Call (270) 234-8258 with any questions.

More Kentucky screenings to be announced soon!!!

Elizabethtown premiere

Kentucky Premiere Recap

Kentucky Premiere Recap

It’s been an awesome few days in Kentucky unveiling “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue” to audiences across the state. Both Kentucky and Louisville fans have responded positively to the film and we can’t wait to share it with more of you!

For the December 27th premiere at the Lexington Opera House, Lexington mayor Jim Gray was in attendance along with Rob Bromley, Miss Kentucky, Governor John Y. Brown, and Tom Leach, among others. WKYT News covered the event on the local news. Watch here.

For the December 29th premiere at the Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville mayor Greg Fischer attended along with Tony Vanetti, Terry Howard, Al Benniger, Jim Tharp, Ken Kurlas and the barbers (Robert Boone and the Wagners). WHAS and WLKY covered the event on the local news. Watch here.

For the December 30th premiere a the SIPP Theater, Paintsville mayor Bob Porter attended along with UK fan Doug Young and U of L fan Rick Roberts. WYMT covered the event on the local news. Watch here.

More photos to come and more screenings to be announced very, very soon. As far as DVDs and blurays, we are planning on releasing them this spring in time for March Madness. Finally, our new web store is almost complete and you will be order to preorder DVDs and blurays there, as well as order some of our unique merchandise.

P.S. the morning of the 27th director Rory Owen Delaney was a guest on the Great Day Live morning show on WHAS11 in Louisville where he was seen desperately holding on to the back of the couch during his interview with Terry Meiners. Those couch cushions are really, really small 🙂

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Red V. Blue Q & A Session

Watch the Red V. Blue Q & A Live!

Tonight we will be live streaming the filmmaker Q & A for “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue” at the Lexington Opera House with the assistance of Volar Video. Director Rory Owen Delaney, producer Wade Smith and cinematographer Aaron Mikel will be answering your questions live. The Q & A is scheduled to begin at 9 pm and you can watch it all right here on!

Thanks to Gillette for sponsoring “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue.” To find a screening in your area, click here.

Kentucky Premieres Announced

Kentucky Premieres Announced

Last night we let our followers on twitter in on the big news: we finally announced our premiere dates. That’s right. “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue,” the first film to document college basketball’s ultimate rivalry, is hitting theaters right in time for the holidays and the big game!

On Friday, December 27th, “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue” will be playing at the Lexington Opera House in Lexington, KY. Doors open at 6:30 pm. The screening will begin at 7:30 pm. This event is by invitation only, however, there will be a TON of tickets given away through facebook, twitter, instagram, as well as on radio and TV stations, so stay tuned for more details.

On Sunday, December 29th, “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue” will be screening back-to-back at the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, KY. The first screening at 7 pm is by invitation only, but there will be plenty of opportunities to win free tickets, so stay tuned. The second screening at 9 pm is open to the general public. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door or via our ebay store. There are 160 tickets available for this screening.

On Monday, December 30th, “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue” will be screening at the historic SIPP Theater in Paintsville, KY. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the screening begins at 7 pm. This event is open to the general public. Tickets are $10 and there are 350 seats available.

Following each screening, there will be a brief question and answer period with the filmmakers. More screenings to be announced in the coming days!

Kentucky premieres

Louisville Kentucky Rivalry: 2013 Official Theatrical Trailer

The Louisville Kentucky Rivalry is college basketball’s ultimate feud, and The Rivalry: Red V. Blue is the first film to document this incredible sports story.

Red V. Blue: Official Theatrical Trailer from Rory Owen Delaney on Vimeo.

The Rivalry: Red V. Blue weaves the fascinating history of one of college basketball’s greatest rivalries with the incredible back-to-back championship runs of the Kentucky Wildcats and Louisville Cardinals in 2012 and 2013. From Louisville’s upset win over Adolf Rupp’s Wildcats in 1959 to the 1983 Dream Game and the 2012 Final Four clash in the Big Easy, “Red V. Blue” documents why the Kentucky-Louisville rivalry is second to none. Thanks again to Gillette for sponsoring “The Rivalry: Red V. Blue!”

P.S. The release date announcement is coming soon!

Late December 2013 Release

Things are heating up in the college basketball season and things are heating up here at “Red V. Blue” HQ. The documentary looks amazing right now but it needs a little more TLC before we release it to the world. Expect an announcement in the coming days about the specifics of the theatrical release in Kentucky, slated for late December 2013. Oh yeah we just sent out a bunch of our Kickstarter rewards, too, so be on the look out for your goodies, “Red V. Blue” nation. Thanks for your continued patience and support and happy holidays!

P.S. A new trailer will be on the loose shortly as well 🙂