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It’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday movie season, with family fare, musical extravaganzas and dramas on the road to Oscar night.
The PG-13-rated “Mockingjay — Part 1” is suitable for mature tweens, teens and up, especially those familiar with Suzanne Collins’ novels.
Mike Nichols was a nine-time Tony Award winner on Broadway and the Oscar-winning director of films such as “The Graduate.”
Live accompaniment enhances the Three Rivers Film Festival screening of the silent film "The Son of the Sheik" with Rudolph Valentino.
Three Rivers Film Festival enters last weekend, when it will end on a musical, family-friendly note with silent classics and Alloy
Here are highlights from the long film career of Mike Nichols, who died Wednesday at age 83:
Oscar-nominated screenwriter Melisa Wallack shouldn’t be at a loss for words when she talks Wednesday night at 7 on Pitt’s campus.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw, starring with Will Smith in Pittsburgh, goes “Beyond the Lights” in new love story from the maker of “Love & Basketball.”
The Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon announced that the actor has agreed to the position, with details still to be
Three Rivers Film Festival continues with 40 more movies or special programs at three Pittsburgh Filmmakers theaters and Waterworks Cinemas.
Professor and author Marcus Rediker and Braddock Hills filmmaker Tony Buba traveled to Sierra Leone searching for the ghosts of Amistad.
Glendale, Calif.-based DreamWorks is known for popular movie franchises such as “Shrek” and “Madagascar.”
H.D. Motyl created a 75-minute movie about cowboys on the road during the three weeks before the July 4 holiday.
YouTube star Shane Dawson’s fans mobilized to vote for his critically savaged directorial debut, making him the winner of “The Chair.”
The main character in “Big Hero 6” has its roots in Carnegie Mellon University’s soft robotic arm designed to brush people’s teeth.
“Big Hero 6” is suitable for 7- or 8-year-olds but contains some upsetting material; “Intersteller” deals with complicated principles.
The movies are just part of the communal experience for patrons of the oldest, longest running film festival in Pittsburgh.
The festival opens Friday at Regent Square and Harris theaters, Melwood Screening Room and Waterworks Cinemas.
Elijah Wood touts Pittsburgh’s extra frightening ScareHouse on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.”
Our photographer Nate Guidry visited the Hill District today and has captured a few photos from the movie set.
The University of Pittsburgh will host filmmaker Andreas Voigt as it marks “25 Years: Fall of the Berlin Wall.”
Long before the McConaissance, there was the Travoltaissance. We just weren’t as big on combining proper nouns back then.
With the working title 'Concussion,’ it’s based on Dr. Bennet Omalu, who detected brain injuries in Steelers center Mike Webster.
Kelly Strayhorn honors life and legacy of Billy Strayhorn with its “My People: A Film Series in Color” on Tuesdays in November.
How much do you know about Beetlejuice turned Batman turned Birdman? Take our Michael Keaton quiz and find out.
Michael Keaton's new character is paunchy, balding and wears 60-plus years on his face.
Here are 10 ways that the Alejandro G. Inarritu film sends up Broadway and Hollywood.
Locally made movie “The Other Side” is about a wife who goes missing at the start of a zombie apocalypse in a fictional Pennsylvania town.
Island Studios is expected to open in six months, just in time for the spring filming season.
"Foxcatcher," "The Overnighters," "Homemakers" turn up on Film Fest schedule.