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The Utica College Film Series runs the first eight weeks of each semester and is free to everyone on campus and in the community. Dr. Jeff Miller, President and Associate Professor of Communication and Media, refers to it as a hidden gem on the UC campus. The origins of a film series on the Utica …

In storytelling, there are four Ps: people, place, purpose, and plot. the South Side Short Series, Reel Black Filmmakersa program of Chicago’s Community Film Workshop, will feature five short films illustrating the power of the four Ps. South Side Short Series, Reel Black Filmmakers to Wednesday February 23 from 7-8:30 p.m. through Zoom. Featured filmmakers …

The monthly classic movie series at the State Theater Center for the Arts in Uniontown is back, bringing patrons’ favorite movies to the big screen. Erica Miller, the theater’s executive director, said the series began around 2007 as an inexpensive way for people to support the theater. It also takes the place back to its …

The Tampa Theater kicks off Black History Month with a new series of films celebrating black love and joy on the big screen. The most romantic movie palace in town is proud to announce a new series of classic films. Black Love, presented by TECO, celebrates some of the greatest cinematic love stories of all …

In 2011, something unexpected happened at UK box office. The two highest-grossing films were the latest Harry Potter and the Oscar-winning Best Picture The King’s Speech. Beneath them on the charts was the expected parade of Hollywood blockbusters – Pirates of the Caribbean, Twilight, Transformers, Planet of the Apes, Fast and the Furious… but at …

Marcus Theaters announces the return of a family favorite, the Kids Dream film series presented by American Family Insurance. The Winter Kids Dream 2022 series returns from January 14 to March 6, with eight weeks of family movies for $3 per person admission. The Kids Dream movie series offers families the opportunity to see their …

BROOKLINE, MA – The Coolidge Corner Theater has announced the first lineup of its 2022 Big Screen Classics series, Groundbreaking Films, which coincides with the unveiling of its $ 12.5 million expansion plan. The series kicks off Monday January 10 with a 70mm screening of Stanley Kubrick’s film 2001: ASpace odyssey, which remains one of …

Bollywood actor Kunal Kemmu, who hasn’t really been seen on the big screen in a while, now seems to have decided to make a comeback of sorts. In fact, Kunal who has written dialogues for movies before viz. Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK Go Goa Gone, would now have developed a full-fledged script. If that …

The Niagara Falls History Museum will open its Winter 2022 Film Series with a collection of films and presentations focused on women’s stories. The series, which takes place every other Thursday from January 13 to March 10, is accompanied by a new exhibition of the same nature, “A woman’s work is never finished”. The series …

Foo Fighters will give their fans the goosebumps of the cinematic genre in February, when the group-starring horror comedy “Studio 666” hits theaters. The film, which releases in the US on Friday February 25, 2022, was directed by BJ McDonnell (from the “Slayer: The Repentless Killogy” series in 2019), from a story by Foo frontman …

Continuing its “Back to the Big Screen” series, the Technicolor 1956, the epic VistaVision The Searchers, will be presented at the Tryon Fine Arts Center on Tuesday, November 9 at 7 pm. Named by the American Film Institute as “The Greatest American Western,” The Searchers was also deemed “culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant” by the …

Werewolves are a classic horror trope. The creatures are surprisingly durable, with the earliest mention of them coming from AD 60. The birth of Hollywood saw werewolves quickly hitting the big screen, with the first Werewolf film, aptly titled The Werewolf, released in 1913. And now a new werewolf film is coming out. sits atop …

The Museum of Modern Art announced the lineup for the 14th annual The Contenders on Friday. The film series will run from November 4 to January 22, 2022, primarily in person with a number of virtual screenings. The Contenders will open with “Spencer” by Pablo Larraine, the biopic on Princess Diana with Kristin Stewart. Larraine …

The film industry may have been slowed down by the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, but things are starting to fall back into place. Upcoming film releases are again announced regularly, while successful film premieres have once again performed in person. A glimmer of hope in the midst of the tumultuous year we …

At the start of the pandemic – when we found ourselves bonded at home – few things offered comfort like the movies. Projectionist Ana Mathews stands in the projectionist booth at the Muenzinger Auditorium ahead of the screening of “Walker” on September 25, 2021 for the CU International Film Series. (Rolf Kjolseth / Courtesy photo) …

The famous actress and singer is back on the big screen. Image via Murder Inc. Deadline revealed that the singer and actress Ashanti will star and produce a new romantic comedy titled The plus one. The film is scheduled to begin production in Florida in December, however, director and cast details remain unknown. Ashanti, who …

In theaters last weekend was the biographical tear Joe bell, which tells the true story of a heartbroken father who traveled across the country to raise awareness of bullying and discrimination after the death of his teenage son. It’s a heartfelt story of loss and mourning that aims to shatter misconceptions about masculinity. It is …

Actor Carl Reiner and his wife Estelle pose at the premiere of the HBO documentary “If You’re Not In the Obit, Eat Breakfast” in Beverly Hills, California, United States on May 17, 2017 Reuters He still played voice roles in his 90s and played a key role in “If You’re Not In The Obit, Eat …

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York BY STEVE GORMAN Carl Reiner, a driving force behind American comedy as a writer for television pioneer Sid Caesar, partner of Mel Brooks and creator and co-star of the classic …

Carl Reiner, a driving force behind American comedy as a writer for television pioneer Sid Caesar, partner of Mel Brooks and creator and co-star of the classic sitcom “The Dick Van Dyke Show”, has passed away. “He died last night at the age of 98 from natural causes at his home in Beverly Hills,” Reiner’s …

American comedian and actor Carl Reiner has died at the age of 98. Carl’s aide told Variety the veteran artist died of natural causes at his Beverly Hills home on Monday night. In the 1960s, Carl rose to fame as a performer and writer on The Dick Van Dyke Show, before forming a comedy duo …

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Carl Reiner, a driving force behind American comedy as a writer for television pioneer Sid Caesar, partner of Mel Brooks and creator and co-star of the classic sitcom “The Dick Van Dyke Show “, died at age 98. “He died last night at the age of 98 from natural causes at …

Carl Reiner (L) and his son Rob Reiner pose during their hand and footprint ceremony on the forecourt of the TCL Chinese Theater IMAX, in Hollywood, California, U.S. April 7, 2017. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok LOS ANGELES — Carl Reiner, a driving force in American comedy as writer for television pioneer Sid Caesar, partner of Mel Brooks …

Writer Nick de Semlyen clearly remembers the first time he saw “The Blues Brothers”. “I was probably too young for this movie,” he said during a conversation with WPR’s “BETA”. “I was about 7 years old. I was on vacation with my family in Greece. Even at that age, I thought, ‘This is a weird …