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The Gem Theatre, 114 N. Wall St. in Calhoun, Ga., is set to begin Hitchcock Week with seven films by “Master of Suspense” Alfred Hitchcock.
If we were going to be curmudgeonly about it — and "St. Vincent" is, after all, a movie about a curmudgeon — we'd focus on the one major flaw in the film, and not on its pleasures.
A Nashville film production company has scheduled a Chattanooga screening of its new movie, complete with a red-carpet premiere with the cast in attendance.
LOS ANGELES — At one point during "Fury," the World War II drama starring Brad Pitt out Friday, a tank commander's head is blown off while he's hunched outside his vehicle during a fiery battle with a combatant. "Fury" writer-director David Ayer insists he didn't include the surprise decapitation simply to shock moviegoers.
LOS ANGELES — A cheeky provocation wrapped in a zingy punchline, Justin Simien's "Dear White People" recalls other memorably promising debuts — by filmmakers named Spike, for instance, whether Lee or Jonze.
When we first see Michael Keaton in "Birdman," Alejandro G. Inarritu's bracingly inventive and accomplished new film about fame, relevance, self-worth and lots of other intense stuff, he's sitting in his white undies, in the middle of a dressing room.
The ninth season of the Metropolitan Opera’s Live in HD will open Saturday, Oct. 11, with Verdi’s Shakespearean drama “Macbeth,” featuring Anna Netrebko as Lady Macbeth and Željko Lučić in the title role.
Some 650 cinemas nationwide, including two in Chattanooga, will be showing “UnFair: Exposing the IRS” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14.
LOS ANGELES — Based on a whopper of a best-selling novel, with a major star in the lead and a top-of-the line director behind the camera, the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl” couldn’t be a bigger deal.
This weekend is “lights, camera, action” for Capture: A Community Filmmaking Project. And after a whirlwind 48 hours, directors with the Association for Visual Arts will be ready to strike the set, if only symbolically.