As director of the Mini Microcinema in Over-the-Rhine, C. Jacqueline Wood makes a habit of showcasing local movie premieres you can’t catch at the megaplex.
Documentary filmmaker Andrea Torrice explores the untold story of the African-American mothers who led the charge for educational equality in Hillsboro, Ohio.
From comics to the cosmos, there is something for everyone to see in Cincinnati this weekend.
The fourth of Wright's seven novels, Tony and Susan, has been released as a stylish noir film by director Tom Ford. Retitled Nocturnal Animals, the movie opened in selected theaters Nov. 14 and stars Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal.
It's a video rental store...we think.
The Fits joins the list of recent movies filmed in Cincinnati, but this time all we had to do was act naturally.
The Fits is a micro-budget indie movie about dance team beset with an epidemic of mysterious seizures that was shot entirely on location in Cincinnati’s West End. The film opens at the Esquire Theater on Friday June 10 and should not be missed. Here’s why.
For a movie set in New York, Miles Ahead is bursting with local flavor. The biopic was shot entirely on location in Cincinnati in 2014, and lassoed a wide range of local talent, many of whom happily made the trek up the red carpet outside Clifton’s Esquire Theater.
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Metropolitan, Whit Stillman’s acclaimed 1990 film about a clique of urbane college preps in Manhattan, The Wexner Center in Columbus is featuring a retrospective of his work March 4 – 19, which includes a visit from Stillman this weekend.
Don Cheadle totally channels the badassitude of Miles Davis.