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“La Camioneta,” a film that tracks the journey of a decommissioned American school bus that is being remade into a “camioneta,” Guatemala’s most common form of public transportation, will be screened today, Dec. 5, at Barking Legs Theater, 1307 Dodds Ave.
Two films opening Friday, Nov. 29, at the Tennessee Aquarium’s Imax Theater will take viewers to opposite ends of the globe.
The movie, set in the modern day, is loosely based on Langston Hughes’ 1961 play of the same name, which recasts the classic Nativity tale with black performers who sing spirituals and hymns, such as “Go Tell It on the Mountain.”
Former drug enforcement agent Phil Broker is a family man who moves off the grid with his daughter to a seemingly quiet bayou backwater to escape his troubled past.
“Philomena” is a good movie about a terrible injustice that continued for decades in Ireland and affected thousands of young women.
Second film in ‘Hunger Games’ is far better than the first
You’d think that being the winner of the biggest contest in the country would make life easier.
"Climb to Katahdin" playing at Outdoor Chattanooga
Outdoor Chattanooga, 200 River St., will present a documentary about a couple's northbound journey on the Appalachian Trail at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15. "Climb to Katahdin" follows Coltin Calloway, his girlfriend Lindsay Fasic and dog Chaser on their 2,100-mile through-hike. The film includes footage of the challenges and natural wonders from all three -- Chaser wore a dog cam. Attendees are invited to bring a camp chair and Thermos for the free screening. Popcorn will be provided. Calloway will be available for a meet-and-greet at 6 p.m. For more information, call 423-643-6888 or visit www.OutdoorChattanooga.com.
Emmett Hughes, a 26-year-old actor from Ireland, will be in town Nov. 14 for a screening of “The O’Briens Movie” at the Majestic 12.
The scene is excruciating. Not violent. Not brutal. Not bloody. But unbearably painful just the same.