On the surface, Hailey Ameling’s film Dilution doesn’t make sense. There’s no narrative, no script, not even any dialogue. But after watching it, you still instinctively “get it.” And that’s the 22-year old filmmaker’s whole point.
With winged monkeys, wonderful (and evil) witches, a scarecrow, a fearful lion, and a man made of tin, the Emerald City is a magical place. However, good is made better when the iconic 1939 Wizard of Oz film is screened outdoors on the lawn of the TMA’s Glass Pavilion. Come join Dorothy, Toto and the
Having trouble relaxing? You aren’t alone. Over 40 million adults, and 20 percent of teens, in the United States suffer from anxiety disorders. Hear from kids and teens about how anxiety impacts their life during the Indieflix Original documentary, Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety. This screening presented by Heart & Soul, a community nonprofit that
Celebrate the art of film at the Toledo Museum of Art during two upcoming events. First, head outdoors to catch a free screening on the lawn of the 1972 environmentally-minded post-apocalyptic sci-fi film, Silent Running, at 9:15pm on Friday, August 3. Next, spend an air-conditioned evening in the Peristyle for the 1922 documentary about an
It’s been 20 years, but The Dude still abides. Celebrate two decades of White Russians, bowling, and mistaken identity with the 20th anniversary of The Big Lebowski when the cult classic returns to theaters for two nights. 2pm & 7pm | Sunday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 8 Franklin Park 16 | 5001 Monroe St
Have you ever seen a perfect crescent moon in the sky and started yelling, “In the name of the moon, I’ll punish you”? If you’re a girl in her mid-20s or early 30s, it’s possible. If not, you won’t be as excited for Fathom Events’ Sailor Moon at The Movies events. See the beloved “Guardian
You don’t have to be a hippie to get into jamming with the sounds of the Grateful Dead— you just have to have a pulse. Experience the infectious live performances that defined the band, and that made Jerry Garcia and Bob Weir household names, during the 8th Annual Grateful Dead Meet-Up at the Movies, featuring
You never know what to expect from Fostoria filmmaker Matt Erman.
Sometimes you’ll get a trippy sci-fi-influenced journey through the cosmos like his short film Universal Drift, shown at the recent Glass City Film Festival.
What does it mean when Hollywood talks about “the magic of the movies?” We’re not entirely sure, but we think that seeing your favorite movie return to a theater filled with other excited fans for a midnight showing is about as magical as things get. Head to The State Theatre in Ann Arbor for two
Two years before Pixar’s 1998 film A Bug’s Life, the French filmmaker Jacques Perrin produced Microcosmos, an documentary that took viewers to the ground level of the insect world.