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ReelAbilities Film Festival kicks off Wednesday in Pittsburgh with special appearances by advocates in the field.
The schedule for the ReelAbilities Film Festival.
This story was originally published in 1997, long before the NFL and CTE were connected through Mike Webster’s legacy.
Will Smith’s newest project focuses on NFL players and concussions, and the discovery in Pittsburgh of their lasting effects.
Jennifer Garner and Jason Reitman talk about their newest collaboration, “Men, Women & Children,” face to face instead of via Facebook.
Logan Lerman, star of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” tackles another Pittsburgher in intense World War II drama, ”Fury.”
The streets include William Penn Place, Oliver and Fifth avenues and Sixth Avenue.
Pittsburgh's LBGT film festival heads into its final weekend.
“Foxcatcher,” starring Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo, will be one of four movies opening the Three Rivers Film Festival.
Teenie Harris photographs, music at Rodef Shalom and Tony Campbell Jazz Surgery Band are a few of the events on the calendar.
“Alexander” was the opposite of a terrible, horrible, no good film shoot for director Miguel Arteta and his teen Aussie star, Ed Oxenbould.
Imax Corp. will introduce a laser projection system that delivers a brighter picture than digital with the next “Hobbit” film in December.
“The Judge” marks a return to moviemaking roots for star Robert Downey Jr., producer Susan Downey and comedy director David Dobkin.
Family Film Guide: “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.”
Reel Q film festival, launched in 1985, screens LGBT features and shorts programs during nine-day period at Harris Theater, Downtown.
It started with a film that influenced “The Godfather” and continues with productions that capture the rebirth of Italy in postwar Europe.
Virtually every mention of “Gone Girl,” starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, is preceded by the phrase “widely anticipated” because:
“Hollidaysburg” and “Not Cool,” coming-of-age comedies from dueling directors in “The Chair,” will open at Waterworks Cinemas today.
“The Family Next Door” is a new documentary that highlights the challenges and triumphs of an Upper St. Clair family dealing with autism.
Pittsburgh-born director Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington, who struck acting gold with “Training Day,” reunite in “The Equalizer.”
“The Boxtrolls” is suitable for ages 7 and up, especially if they’re familiar with Alan Snow’s “Here Be Monsters” and aren’t easily spooked.
The Coen brothers movie classic featuring "The Dude" continues to spark a festive fan community.
Pittsburgh Comicon, American Indian Heritage Weekend, Lyric Fest performs Italian arias, Newberry Consort, Hartwood Acres Hay Day and more
After 75 years, “Gone With the Wind” still packs a wallop on the big screen.
Released 75 years ago, “Gone With the Wind” drew complaints about decency and racism, but it still was wildly successful.
Jake Mulliken’s zom-com, “Meltdown,” will have its Pittsburgh premiere tonight on two screens at the SouthSide Works Cinema.
Cinemas in Robinson and at Pittsburgh Mills will be providing special screenings of “Gone With the Wind” Sunday and Oct. 1.
How much do you know about “Gone with the Wind” 75 years after the movie was made?
“Gone With the Wind” comes — of course — with Pittsburgh connections.
YouTube sensation Shane Dawson talks about how he got into making videos and the challenges of being overweight as a child.
An untitled Will Smith football movie filming here will hold an open tryout for extras who can play football and appear in late October.