At the August Wilson Center, Pittsburgh’s first-ever celebration of the black big screen, Black Bottom Film Festival, starts Feb. 24.
The National Endowment for the Arts and other conservative targets fight to remain budgeted.
Author Maggie Nelson, Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter and comedian Aries Spears are on tap this week.
Row House Cinema and Bierport will screen all eight films, with complementary activities and tastings related to the Harry Potter universe.
If you want more action, more spectacle and more humor in your movies, “The Great Wall” has it.
The so-called thriller about a mysterious spa has too few jolts and too much sickness to make the long stay there worthwhile.
Actor and vintage plane buff Harrison Ford was involved in a close-call incident involving a 737 passenger jet.
It’s a playful and satisfying satire with heart and a message.
Keanu Reeves is back as the quiet killer who’s still lethal with a pencil.
The story of the Lovings, one of the most important in the world of social change and race relations, leads the week’s releases.
The film is the haunting tale of a mother trying to come to grips with painful life choices.
The Theatre Historical Society of America, dedicated to celebrating and documenting U.S. movie houses, finds a home in Pittsburgh.
Her most memorable roles came more than 50 years apart, first in the 1959 classic “Hiroshima Mon Amour,” then in 2012’s “Amour.”
Asa Butterfield and Britt Robertson star as intergalactic star-crossed lovers.
The Tull Family Theater, Sewickley’s long-awaited independent movie house, will open its doors on Feb. 17.
The “Godfather” icon plays an aging TV sitcom star turned insult comic.
The ballot will be updated as winners are announced during the Academy Awards ceremony at 8:30 p.m. Feb. 26.
The film explores what happened when Chilean poet Pablo Neruda went underground after the government’s crackdown on communism.
Michael Rossato-Bennett’s film “Alive Inside” depicts the use of music in rejuvenating institutionalized Alzheimer’s patients.
It’s hard to pinpoint when the narrative changed from “Oh, you must see ‘La La Land’” to “Well, ‘La La Land’ wasn’t that great.”
The awards were for best actor and best supporting actress in a motion picture.
Pennsylvania film tax credits are benefiting myriad companies that have nothing to do with movie and TV filming in the state.
The Oscar-winning star makes the story of a gold prospector in the 1980s work.
The controversial film stars Dennis Quaid, Peggy Lipton and some adorable pups.
The 31st annual Children’s Theater Festival unveils a six-show season in May, and JFilm Fest sets April dates.
A complete list of Oscar nominations.
Using recordings of Oscar winners, the nominations were announced Tuesday via live stream and satellite feeds.
The Pittsburgh native receives adapted screenplay nod; Denzel Washington, Viola Davis get acting nominees
The Pittsburgh native earns a best adapted screenplay Academy Award nod, while Denzel Washington and Viola Davis receive acting nominations.