Movie Mondays- “I Am Not Your Negro” at Harris Theater

Once, this theater on Liberty Avenue was known as the Art Cinema. Now, Pittsburgh knows it as the Harris Theater, one of the many...

Black Bottom Film Festival Will Help You Possess The Power of The Glow.

On February 24th, the Black Bottom Film Festival will make its maiden voyage at The August Wilson Center. The festival highlights the contributions of...

Movie Mondays- “La La Land” at the Hollywood

Located in the Dormont business district, the Hollywood Theater was first built-in 1925. After changing hands and closing its doors for renovations over the...

Pittsburgh Goes to DC for AWP Writers’ Conference

Pittsburghers are known to represent their hometown wherever they are. It’s not uncommon to hear sports commentators marvel at the number of Steelers fans...

Artist Kait Schoeb Visits Ronald McDonald House, Because Happiness.

Kait Schoeb, one of the shining stars in the Pittsburgh art scene, recently paid a visit to Ronald McDonald House to spread some cheer,...
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The Hunchback of Notre Dame Delivers Powerful Performance with Social Relevance.

In 1831 when Victor Hugo penned The Hunchback of Notre Dame, he sought to bring light to the neglected Gothic architecture, and in turn...

Horror Screenplay Contest from ScreenCraft.org

Pittsburgh has been “Hometown to Horror” since George A. Romero’s 1968 classic “Night of the Living Dead” was filmed in nearby Evans City. With recognition...

The Hill District Becomes Home to Denzel Washington’s Latest Project

This Summer "Fences", a film adapted from the August Wilson play written in 1983, will be filming in Pittsburgh's Hill district. Viola Davis and...

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