All posts by Jeff Klima

Reel Talk with TMA’s Film Guru

Scott Boberg once orchestrated an outdoor showing of For All Mankind, about the Apollo missions, with the moon rising overhead. He also arranged a screening of the 1922 silent horror film Nosferatu with live organist accompaniment, to add that extra depth of experience for the audience. When Boberg talks film, his passion shines through. He

Toledo Museum of Art Marries The Tempest and Forbidden Planet

Perhaps best remembered for a line in the Rocky Horror Picture Show’s opening theme, Forbidden Planet is debatable as a film classic. But there’s no debating that it is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” and therefore worthy of inclusion in the Toledo Museum of Art’s ongoing Shakespeare on Film series. Taking the Bard’s dark

Nerdland, the New Adult Animated Comedy premiers at Franklin Park 16

Fans of Spike and Mike’s Sick and Twisted Animation Festival and Sausage Party will want to show up for Nerdland, the new adult animated comedy from director Chris Prynoski. Starring Paul Rudd and Patton Oswalt, this feature-length flick follows two unknowns who want to become somebodies. Written by Andrew Kevin Walker, the guy who scribed

The Library hosts Ask A Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney night

You’ve been sitting on an amazing book manuscript, invention or other creative intellectual property, but you’re worried about showing it in public for fear of it being stolen, right? Talking with a lawyer would help a lot, but they’re expensive. The Toledo Library’s Main Branch is offering an Ask A Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney night that will

Author of the hit Jack Reacher Series heads to the Museum

Have you ever wanted to know how your favorite authors come up with their ideas? Well, if Lee Child, author of the hit Jack Reacher series, is your favorite, you’re in luck. Meet the England native— who has more than 22 million copies of his thrillers in print— during a book signing, interview and audience