Landee W. Bryant
Executive Director

Landee has been the ED since August 2008 and continues to pursue the mission of bringing great film to the region.  She graduated from Murray State University with a BFA in Photography and Textiles and an MS in Human Development & Leadership (emphasizing in Non-Profit Organizations).  In addition to being part of the Columbia Theatre Restoration, she also serves on the Paducah Main Street Board, is the director of the River's Edge International Film Festival, co-produces the Paducah 48 Hour Film Project, is the co-owner of Bricolage [bree-kuh-lahzh] Art Collective, is a member of the Art House Convergence, a barista at Etcetera Coffeehouse and is a leader in the Kentucky Rural-Urban Exchange (RUX) which inspires statewide collaboration between arts, agriculture and small business as driving forces in economic development.

John Holt
Director of Operations

John William Holt is Technical Director for The River's Edge International Film Festival and Co-Programmer & Head Projectionist at Maiden Alley Cinema. John was born in Paducah KY and educated at Murray State University. After getting his hands on a camera in 2002 he started making short films full time. He has won several awards and completed his first feature film The Dooms Chapel Horror in 2015 along with being co-founder at the production company Red Band Films.

John Null

John Null has been on the MAC/Paducah Film Society board since 2014. When not watching movies, he's a reporter and host of All Things Considered at WKMS, Murray State's NPR station. He also hosts his own mostly-80s music show, Left of the Dial, Friday nights at 9. Favorite movie: The Night of the Hunter.

Board of Directors

Asia Burnett

Asia Burnett was the kind of kid who hid books on the playground. Good storytelling in film, radio - and even around the water cooler - is essential. That's why she supports organizations that bring our region stories from around the globe, like Maiden Alley Cinema and Murray State's public radio home, WKMS.
Asia has been hooked on NPR ever since first hearing Garrison Keillor talk about that extraordinary species: the English major. A Murray State gal through and through, she studied English and a whole slew of Liberal Arts as an undergrad and went on to get her Master of Business Administration. She is currently the Development Director for WKMS, 91.3 FM.

She also spends her time on the Leadership Team for the Young Professionals of Murray, as an active (and former board) member of Murray Main Street, and a member of the Murray Woman's Club, where she is Sigma Department's Volunteer of the Year.
She enjoys homemade guacamole, craft beer, fanciful earrings and Johnny Mathis Christmas music.

Adrian Holloman

Adrian Holloman moved to Paducah from Lexington, KY, in August 2013.  Having a deep passion for all forms of visual arts, she sound that volunteering at Maiden Alley Cinema was just one way she could reach out and become immersed in the arts community.  Currently serving as volunteer coordinator, her passion for Maiden Alley Cinema thrives.  She has participated in the 48 Hour Film Project for the last 4 years and is working with local filmmakers to compile a list of possible filming locations in our area to build the footprint of our local film industry.  As an employee of Paducah Bank, Adrian is encouraged to get into the community and volunteer.  By working with Maiden Alley Cinema, she is able to spread the word about events and volunteer opportunities that may arise.  In her spare time, she enjoys performing with Market House Theatre, taking dance classes and is currently working on a novella.  She and her husband, Todd, currently live in Paducah with their 2 cats, Rigby and Ed.

Laura Petrie

Laura Petrie grew up on a farm in Western Kentucky and went into teaching immediately after graduating from Texas Woman’s University. She later obtained a Degree in Communications, and landed a job as a television production technician. She is currently earning her living as a real estate professional in Paducah.

She has worked diligently toward LGBT rights as an organizer and activist. In addition to her community organizing endeavors, Petrie is founder and producer of Cinema Systers Film Festival, the only all lesbian film festival in the USA. Lesbian feminist issues are Laura’s passion. 

Kelvin Wilson

Kelvin has always had, and still has a love for movies. Kelvin was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He did attend Columbia College in Chicago, where he studied Screenwriting for film and television. Kelvin moved to Paducah in 2010, where he still lives now with his wife Amanda.  Kelvin and Amanda started a group page on Facebook called We Do Movies. It was just going to be a page for friends who love watching movies. Kelvin started doing movie reviews, and other segments and the page became a hit. He also got the chance to do a We Do Movies radio segment on the show Tweak Central Lounge Radio, which he still does every Monday night. 
Kelvin loves movies. Loves to watch, critique, have conversations about movies, good or bad. Kelvin also loves to listen to music, bowl, watch stand up comedy and read comic books.