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Podcast Episode 121: Shakespeare, The Film's The Thing

Podcast Episode 121: Shakespeare, The Film's The Thing

June 24
By Beth Accomando

San Diego's Old Globe Theatre has an eight decade history of performing Shakespeare on stage. Now its artistic director Barry Edelstein wants to highlight the Bard on film.

Podcast Episode 120: 'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Revels In Real Foun...

Podcast Episode 120: 'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Revels In Real Found Footage

June 16
By Beth Accomando

Found footage is a tired trope in horror but those films all manufacture their supposed found footage. That kind of fakery holds no interest for filmmaker Bill Morrison. He is interested in the real deal, genuine footage that has been unearthed, uncovered or just waiting to be found and brought to light. His latest film, "Dawson City: Frozen Time," finds treasures in the arctic ice.

'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Serves Up A Fever Dream Of Cinema History

'Dawson City: Frozen Time' Serves Up A Fever Dream Of Cinema History

June 15
By Beth Accomando

The horror genre has turned found footage films into a tired gimmick, but the documentary "Dawson City: Frozen Time" (playing for one week at Digital Gym Cinema starting Friday) shows the breathtaking allure of a true found footage film.

'Radio Dreams' Delivers Interesting Programming

'Radio Dreams' Delivers Interesting Programming

June 13
By Rebecca Romani

"Radio Dreams," the new film from Babak Jalali now playing at the Digital Gym, is an unexpectedly charming peek into life at Radio Pars, an Iranian-American radio station in the Bay Area, says guest blogger Rebecca Romani

Don't Let Ads For 'It Comes At Night' Mislead You

Don't Let Ads For 'It Comes At Night' Mislead You

June 8
By Beth Accomando

There is a saying that you can not judge a book by its cover. You also can not judge a film by its ad campaign. So ignore the ads for "It Comes At Night" (opening Friday at select San Diego theaters) and go in with an open mind and appreciates this dark exploration of the darkness that lies within.

'Megan Leavey' Tells Extraordinary Tale Of A Female Marine And Her Dog

'Megan Leavey' Tells Extraordinary Tale Of A Female Marine And Her Dog

June 8
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

Megan Leavey is a U.S. Marine corporal veteran who worked with a bomb sniffing dog during her tour in Iraq. Her story is now the basis for the film opening Friday and bearing her name and directed by "Blackfish's" Gabriela Cowperthwaite.

FilmOut Kicks Off 19th Year With Docs, Rom-Coms And A Block Of Horror

FilmOut Kicks Off 19th Year With Docs, Rom-Coms And A Block Of Horror

June 7
By Beth Accomando

FilmOut, San Diego’s LGBT film festival, kicks off on Friday at the Observatory North Park. Here’s a preview.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Fairs And Wonderspaces

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: Fairs And Wonderspaces

June 2
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

It is the unofficial start of summer with the opening of the San Diego County Fair, plus new dance and visual art experiences.

'Wonder Woman' Has Humor, Humanity And An Old School Sense Of Honor

'Wonder Woman' Has Humor, Humanity And An Old School Sense Of Honor

June 1
By Beth Accomando

Female superhero films are few and far between, and they usually bomb. But this week things may change as DC’s leading female superhero, Wonder Woman, gets a film of her own with a woman director.

Weekly Roundup: Avoid ‘Pirates,’ Take A ‘Roman Holiday’ Instead

Weekly Roundup: Avoid ‘Pirates,’ Take A ‘Roman Holiday’ Instead

May 26
By Beth Accomando

It’s Memorial Day weekend and there’s the forgettable new “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the memorable “Roman Holiday” screening outdoors, “Fire Walk With Me” at midnight, and the occult horror tale “A Dark Song.”

2017 Summer Movie Preview

2017 Summer Movie Preview

May 26
By Beth Accomando, Maureen Cavanaugh

Memorial weekend marks the unofficial launch of the summer movie season and here is a preview of what is to come.

Summer 2017 Guide To Outdoor Movies In San Diego

Summer 2017 Guide To Outdoor Movies In San Diego

May 25
By Nina Garin

Summer's almost here, and that means it's outdoor movie season in San Diego.

Will 'Top Gun' Return To San Diego For The Sequel?

Will 'Top Gun' Return To San Diego For The Sequel?

May 24
By City News Service

San Diego's film office Wednesday welcomed news that Tom Cruise plans to make a sequel to "Top Gun," the movie that imprinted the city's military culture on the consciousness of millions of moviegoers.

Davis, Crawford Back On The Silver Screen

Davis, Crawford Back On The Silver Screen

May 19
By Beth Accomando

"Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night!" That's right, because Bette Davis and Joan Crawford are back on the big screen at the Balboa Theater.

Find Out What It Takes To Make A Movie In A Single Weekend

Find Out What It Takes To Make A Movie In A Single Weekend

May 18
By Beth Accomando

It’s time for the annual San Diego 48HR Film Project, where teams of filmmakers have a single weekend to make a movie. I embedded myself with a filmmaking team last November for the sister competition Four Points Film Project to see what it’s like to create a movie under a rigid set of rules and time constraints.

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