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The movie once called “Let It Snow,” and now “Love the Coopers,” needed a city with a white Christmas vibe and found it in Pittsburgh.
At age 86, a Jewish woman looks back at her time in a French prison and Nazi concentration camp in a documentary screening today.
The 22nd annual film festival that delves into Jewish culture will open April 16 at the Manor Theater in Squirrel Hill.
Italian Film Festival USA will open Thursday in Carnegie and show another six movies at the Frick Fine Arts Auditorium through late April.
David Matthews, with a late-in-life Asperger’s diagnosis, navigates Pittsburgh’s dating and art scene in Julie Sokolow’s documentary.
Darlene Harris’ measure addresses the permit process for screen and TV projects that’s designed to meet the industry’s ”unique needs.”
Jim Carrey and Keanu Reeves will join the cast of the movie “The Bad Batch.”
JFilm festival provides a sneak peek at two of its 20 titles. Also, CMU student Savannah Reich wins prestigious screenwriting prize.
CMU International Film Festival casts a wide, worldly net for its ninth season of movies and guests around the theme of "work as passion."
Director Kenneth Branagh turns to a “Downton Abbey” lead to play Cinderella in his live-action version of the centuries-old fairy tale.
Disney Cruise Line has announced another themed day at sea, this time calling on “Star Wars” for select sailings on the Disney Fantasy.
The success of “Frozen” may have caught the Disney parks off guard last winter, but now there are more chances to see Anna and Elsa.
Maybe now that “Let It Snow,“ starring Diane Keaton and John Goodman, is called “Love the Coopers,” the white stuff will start to disappear.
The 2015 MTV Movie Awards nominations include movies with local connections: "The Fault in Our Stars," "Foxcatcher" and "Birdman."
“Blood Brother” documentary team from Pittsburgh make the new movie, “Crocodile Gennadiy,” and land a spot in the Tribeca Film Festival.
During March, Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ Sunday Night Series at Regent Square Theater shows some award-winning films from Frank Capra.