As the days grow shorter, the films turn darker, more thoughtful and awards-worthy as five dozen new titles show.
The movie, starring Will Smith as Dr. Bennet Omalu, is due in theaters in December.
Before being screened at the festival, “The Family Next Door” will be shown at 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Cranberry Municipal Center.
The versatile filmmaker also wrote and produced features, directed for television and wrote novels.
Actress and co-writer Greta Gerwig blends 1980s sensibilities with screwball comedy for “Mistress America,” set in contemporary New York.
“Jurassic World” roars to a fantastic first-place finish as the 2015 summer movie season draws to a close.
The Oscar-winning actor is slated to direct the film version of the Pittsburgh-set play by the late August Wilson.
Fairs, jazz concerts, art festivals, Tim McGraw and free films round out the last weekend of the month.
There’s no escaping this reality — movie theaters, once havens for escapism, no longer are sanctuaries from the violence of the real world.
From a CoverGirl makeup line to new emoticons to Star Wars Day at PNC Park, “Star Wars” continues to invade our galaxy.
Regal movie chain and South Side theater announce they may search filmgoers’ bags to keep patrons and their employees safe.
Social Distortion, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and lots of county fairs on tap for the coming weekend.
Here are a few of our favorites that have awards to back up their placement on the list.
Marketing could power N.W.A. film to a record-setting audience.
Farm shows and county fairs fill up the weekend, along with shows by Counting Crows and Jimmy Buffett and benefit concerts.
The production, which stars Luke Evans, will be filming prison scenes for 10 days beginning September 8-19 in Greensburg.
Filming “Three Seconds” in Greensburg calls for between 700-900 extras Sept. 8-19; movie features Luke Evans, Josh Brolin and Olivia Munn.
A tearful clip from the 1979 movie is used to evoke sadness in labs all over the world.
Can’t tell the Thing from the Torch or anyone else in the “Fantastic Four”? Here is our 10-point cheat sheet.
A new report looks at how Pittsburgh can extend its winning streak and keep attracting movies, TV and other entertainment production.
Pittsburgh’s pop culture fest, in its 25th year, features “Batman” and “Karate Kid” reunions and female pioneers from sci-fi and fantasy.
Eric Chapman of Canonsburg uses his life savings to make the film “Craig Quits His Day Job.”
The 15th annual Three Rivers Storytelling Festival is just one of the activities on tap this weekend.