RGB follows Justice Ginsburg’s life, starting with her childhood, as her mother was one of her biggest influences, with advice like: “Be a lady, but be independent.” Ginsburg explains that to “be independent” meant don’t rely on a man to be the breadwinner.
Are you a filmmaker? Are you a movie wiz and creator? It’s time for you to submit your entry for the 4th Annual Maumee Film Festival happening Friday and Saturday, September 28 and 29.
Take a short trip up to Michigan for a chill night in the park with a movie screening of Wonder during Tecumseh’s Movies in the Park series.
Dr. Matt Donahue estimates that he has 200 different t-shirts in his personal collection; Seeing the collection, that number seems low. Showing off his gaggle of shirts to start his new short documentary, “The Amsterdam T-Shirt Project,”
Maumee’s Fourth Annual Film Festival (September 28-29) is currently accepting entries. Deadline to register is Tuesday, July 31, 2018. Early bird registration happening now.
Join the CryptTeaze crew to relive this iconic masterpiece during a special, one night screening, featuring giveaways, vendors, and more.
From inside Siddhartha’s golden cage to creation stories and works of poetry recounting the beauty of birdsong, the songbird has sparked discussion for centuries.
Kuchle has seen the impact that Call of the Scenic River has on audiences, and she is looking forward to seeing how the audience at the Maumee Indoor Theatre responds.
For a story about self-help economic justice, the 1922 feature film Robin Hood was a serious investment. With a budget just shy of a million dollars, the film, starring Douglas Fairbanks, was pricey for Hollywood at that time, but became a box office success touted almost a century later.
The film is seeking male and female lead (ages 35-45), as well as supporting actors (ages 6-80). The filming will occur in late summer in rural Illinois and Indiana.