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Oscar Contender and Wild Indies in Theaters and Streaming

George Wolf George Wolf Oscar Contender and Wild Indies in Theaters and Streaming

There’s no question Jessica Chastain will be in the Oscar conversation this year for her latest release. Anything else coming out worth mentioning? What about Nic Cage in a samurai ghost town? Lynchian mock-rock-doc? Anthology of horror shorts for Spooky Season? Read on and find out. The Eyes of Tammy Faye In theaters by George […]

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Viral ‘Selfie Museum’ Now Open in University District

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Viral ‘Selfie Museum’ Now Open in University District

Viral Selfie Museum, dubbed Columbus’ first selfie museum, has opened in the University District at 1555 N. Fourth St. The self-serve photography studio features nearly 20 art installation rooms for amateur and professional photographers alike to snap “insta-worthy” photos in a variety of scenes. Owner Danielle White said she got the idea for the space […]

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A Weekend of Excellent Indie Movies

Hope Madden Hope Madden A Weekend of Excellent Indie Movies

The Oscar race may have begun this weekend with, appropriately enough, Oscar. Paul Schrader’s latest puts the great Oscar Isaac into one of the filmmaker’s iconic characters and excellent things happen.  Intense drama not your thing? What if they’re centered right here in CBUS? We have an alarming doc, as well as a refreshing comedy, […]

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Shang-Chi and the Bunch of Good Flicks

George Wolf George Wolf Shang-Chi and the Bunch of Good Flicks

Another hopeful blockbuster hits the big screens this weekend, and it’s so much better than the trailer suggested. But if you’re not in the mood for A Great Big Movie, you will find a plethora of exceptional indies on screens all over town, plus the best movie of the week streaming directly into your living […]

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Nightmares Film Fest Shorts Find Distribution

Hope Madden Hope Madden Nightmares Film Fest Shorts Find Distribution

To a great degree, the merit of a film festival for a filmmaker has to do with the distribution opportunities it opens up. The chance to have your film picked up for distribution is one of the things that separates the Toronto Film Festival, Sundance and Tribeca from other fests. That film market environment may […]

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Gateway Film Center Celebrates Filmmaker Wong Kar Wai

Hope Madden Hope Madden Gateway Film Center Celebrates Filmmaker Wong Kar Wai

One of the first things the Gateway Film Center programmed when it reopened was a retrospective highlighting the work of filmmaker Chloe Zhao. That program included not only her three features, but her shorts as well. Martin Scorsese’s filmography is tougher to fit into a weekend, which might explain Mondays with Marty, a weekly check […]

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Candyman, Lockdown Conflicts, Insect Horror & More in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Candyman, Lockdown Conflicts, Insect Horror & More in Theaters

We are going to say his name. In fact, we’re going to tell you that you should go see Candyman. There are other fine cinematic choices this week, some on the big screen, but there are horrors and sci-fi thrillers lurking at your very home, too. Plus James McAvoy, and he’s always charming. Here’s the […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

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