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The third installment of the American Tap Dance Foundation’s First Friday Film Festival, Tap Treasures, will take place Friday, December 2 at 8 p.m., in studio at the American Tap Dance Center, 154 Christopher Street #2, and stream live at https : //youtu.be/cSwa8Ixitnk. The studio screening suggested a donation of $5.00, the live stream is …

TRAILER AND KEY ARTISTIC DEBUT: Hulu Original Comedy Film “It’s A Wonderful Binge” Ho ho ho! Check out the trailer and key art for the upcoming Hulu Original movie “It’s A Wonderful Binge.” The original comedy film comes from American High and will premiere on Hulu on Friday, December 9. …

Edmonds’ diversity film series continues with a screening of Disclosure: Trans lives on screen Saturday, November 19 at noon at the Edmonds Theatre. The screenings will be offered free to the public and are scheduled on the third Saturday of the month, from October to April (except December). Each screening features a film related to …

Billy Wilder’s 1959 hit Some like it hot, starring Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, has been named Best Comedy Film multiple times. The film follows two musicians who, after witnessing a mob hit, disguise themselves as women to join a group of girls in an attempt to escape the city. This beloved classic …

Chuck Wepner, the ham and egg professional boxer who nearly beat heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali and thus inspired the Sylvester Stallone series of Rocky films, was honored today with his own status in his hometown of Bayonne, NJ. Wepner was a game but limited fighter in his career. Known as “Bayonne Bleeder” for his penchant …

Native American documentary film series: In recognition of Native American Heritage Month and to complement the “Tipi to Tiny House” exhibit, the Longmont Museum will screen four documentary films on three Sundays in November. The films will focus on North Arapaho of the Wind River Reservation, whose traditional territory includes what is now Longmont. Sunday, …

November 4, 2022 16 Views When: November 4, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. Rehearsals 2022-11-04T19:30:00-04:00 2022-11-04T19:45:00-04:00 Where: IU Radio and Television Theater (RTV 251), 1229 East 7th St, Bloomington Black & Blues by Louis Armstrong offers an intimate and revealing look at the musician who changed the world, presented through the lens of archival footage and …

FLINT, MI — An annual tradition designed to celebrate and inspire African American creatives returns this month. Flint-based organization Communities First, Inc. announced the eighth annual African American Film Series in partnership with the Flint Institute of Arts. The series takes place once a month from November through February, with films screening November 10, December …