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University of Toledo Welcomes Filmmaker Mike Goodier

The people who are behind the camera and editing a film are unseen by the audience, yet the story cannot be told without them. From September 17-21, the University of Toledo Department of Theatre and Film will host one of these critical players, motion picture editor and filmmaker Mike Goodier, as a Guest Artist-in-Residence. The

Film Focus Returns to Toledo Library

The Toledo Lucas County Public Library’s annual independent film festival, Film Focus, returns with six award-winning independent, international films centered on themes of unity, family and culture. The series begins on Monday, September 24 with the French and Arabic drama In Syria, the award-winning story about a mother protecting her family from a sniper outside

Phoenix Theatres, Monroe, Announces Three Stooges Film Festival

What’s your favorite joke from The Three Stooges? Not sure? Why not borrow one from Curly— “I’m trying to think, but nothing happens!” Refresh the memories of some of Moe, Curly, and Larry’s best one-liners and physical comedy during the Three Stooges Film Festival. Catch seven Stooges short films— including Cookoo Cavaliers and Violence is

Toledo Museum of Art Screens Adaptation

Adapting isn’t easy, but it’s required for survival. But what about when we choose to adapt instead of surviving? Director and screenwriter Charlie Kaufman took the risk with the 2002 metafilm, Adaptation, which he was certain would tank his career. The film centers on the struggle of adapting a screenplay that’s based on the experience

The Yellow Brick Road Take Us Outdoors at TMA

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