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Cloak-and-dagger intrigue, historical drama and controversial comedy are among the themes to be explored in the seventh annual Jewish Film Series, starting Wednesday, April 30, at the Jewish Cultural Center.
“Heaven Is for Real” is based on the true story of a 4-year-old Nebraska boy who, after major surgery, tells his father — a local minister — that he’s been to heaven.
Just how big a deal is it that the inaugural Chattanooga Film Festival starts today?
Whether their tastes run to drama or comedy, horror or documentary, movie fans will find plenty to choose from this week at the inaugural Chattanooga Film Festival.
Italian star tenor Vittorio Grigolo, left, is the passionate poet Rodolfo, and Romanian soprano Anita Hartig portrays his fragile lover, Mimì, in Franco Zeffirelli’s production of Puccini’s “La Bohème,” the next presentation in The Met: Live in HD series.
A free public screening of the award-winning documentary “Inequality for All” from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 4, will be followed by a live Skype discussion with the film’s creator, former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, above.
Like the tool-stuffed pastries baked by the film’s winsome young Agatha, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” — the latest delight from writer/director/master chef Wes Anderson — is an irresistible frosted confection with a steely, purposeful center.
The first news to come out of “Bad Words” is that Jason Bateman can direct.
There is an ark with animals boarding it two by two, a great apocalyptic flood and the builder of the big boat, driven by foreknowledge of the catastrophe.
Chattanooga Public Library is hosting a Dystopian Celebration Friday, March 21 for kids aged 12-18 to celebrate the release of the film.