The Library continues to screen compelling movies during its Film Focus: Independent Film Festival. On Monday, April 16, view the award-winning documentary Triple Divide [Redacted] that reports the effects of fracking at Pennsylvania’s Triple Continental Divide, one of the country’s most pristine watersheds. On Monday, April 23, follow the thrilling story of a mother, Diane
Witness talent on the rise during the 2018 University of Toledo Student Filmmakers Showcase, co-hosted by The University of Toledo Film Curators Club and the UT Department of Theatre and Film. A total of 19 entries will be screened, including film, video and animation shorts. The Film Curators Club will provide free concessions during the
Appreciate humor through visuals without dialogue in the museum’s screening of Steamboat Bill, Jr. during its Sound of Silents event. Follow the comedic story of college student, William Canfield (Buster Keaton), as he returns home to his father, a crusty riverboat captain amidst a rivalry with another captain. Accompanying the showing is Detroit organist Lance
Gather your team for this creative project to produce a movie, including all aspects of filmmaking— script writing, rehearsal, costume and set design, filming, editing, post-production and publishing— in 50 hours.
Groomed for Greatness, a nonprofit organization helping to empower girls to reach their highest potential, is hosting a movie fundraiser, featuring 50/50 raffles, giveaways and an early screening of the film Acrimony (Rated R) starring Taraji P. Henson.
In addition to the opening of the new mummy exhibit, Toledo Museum of Art will host multiple screenings of classic and comical mummy-themed movies.