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Bond & Movies for Spooky Season

Hope Madden Hope Madden Bond & Movies for Spooky Season

It’s here. We’ve waited the whole damn pandemic for Daniel Craig’s final Bond film, and it finally arrives. Of course, for a lot of us, 007 marks a quick sidetrack from the main staple of October viewing — it is spooky season, after all. There’s plenty to choose from if you are celebrating. Here’s the […]

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Hybrid Program for Columbus International Film + Animation Festival’s 69th Year

Hope Madden Hope Madden Hybrid Program for Columbus International Film + Animation Festival’s 69th Year

It’s been 69 years, and a second straight season of pandemic wasn’t about to slow down the Columbus International Film + Animation Festival. Executive Director Cristyn Steward will take the best of last year’s digital approach, combine it with some much-missed live viewing, and share dozens of the world’s best shorts, features and animation this […]

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Lennox Town Center 24 Reopens Today Under New Ownership

Walker Evans Walker Evans Lennox Town Center 24 Reopens Today Under New Ownership

After just three weeks of being closed, the movie theater at the Lennox Town Center has officially re-opened. Tennessee-based Phoenix Theatres has re-opened the 24 screen cinema, branded as “Lennox Town Center 24” with a mix of new and classic films during the first week of screening. “Phoenix Theatres is proud to re-open the Lennox […]

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The Most Powerful Women in Movies

  The Most Powerful Women in Movies

Celebrate Women’s History month and revel in the work of some of the most accomplished actresses of all time! WCBE’s Cinema Classics co-host, Johnny DiLoretto surveys women in film through time, starting with Greta Garbo and Aubrey Hepburn, to blockbusters such as Alien and Silence of the Lambs, and ending with modern films of the […]

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Gateway Screens Films from Sundance Indigenous Institute Fellows

Hope Madden Hope Madden Gateway Screens Films from Sundance Indigenous Institute Fellows

November is National Native American and Alaskan Native Heritage Month. It’s safe to say that this may go under-celebrated in Central Ohio, but Gateway Film Center is giving you the chance to rectify that situation. Thanks to the Sundance Film Festival and Arthouse Convergence, GFC is able to bring in a program of six short […]

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Film Reviews: A Good Week for Little Movies

George Wolf George Wolf Film Reviews: A Good Week for Little Movies

Three big studio releases this week. Yep, they sure are movies. Not good movies, per se, but movies. Fear not! If you are in the market for a good movie this weekend,  you just need to look a little harder. Let us help you out. Gemini Man by George Wolf In 2013, a little-seen flick […]

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Hoot Kid Film Series Celebrates 100th Event

Hope Madden Hope Madden Hoot Kid Film Series Celebrates 100th Event

Gateway Film Center’s youth program is not so young anymore. Celebrating its 100th event, Hoot — a monthly family film series — is throwing a party. “Hoot is a fun, affordable and exciting way for kids to discover new things in the world,” says Chris Hamel, president and programmer for Gateway. “I think I will […]

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