The Withers’ documentary is among six finalists for the 2021 Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film The Better Angels Society, a non-profit dedicated…View More Documentary about Memphis photographer Ernest Withers a finalist for prestigious film prize
Next Friday and Saturday, August 6 & 7, the Top Ten 2021 Film Prize finalists’ short films will be screened at Malco’s Studio on the…View More Memphis Film Prize: Top Ten 2021 Finalists screened next weekend!
Festival Heads Online and Widens Filming Zone for Tennessee Directors The award-winning Memphis Film Prize is back for 2021. The festival hosted its official kick…View More Memphis Film Prize Returns for 2021
Limited seating and COVID-19 protocols part of reopening The Pink Palace Museum announces the reopening of the CTI Giant Screen Theater and AutoZone Dome Planetarium…View More ‘Jaws’ and Dinosaurs on the Giant Screen: Pink Palace Museum Theater and Planetarium to Reopen July 21
No grit, no grind, no hustle, no flow. OP-ED CORNER By Austin McLellan Like everyone else in these parts, I was excited when NBC’s Bluff City…View More BLUFF CITY LAW – A Look Back
MALCO THEATRES, INC. AND INDIE MEMPHIS ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE INDIE MEMPHIS CINEMA, A NEW FEATURE OF STUDIO ON THE SQUARE IN MIDTOWN. Beginning in…View More Indie Memphis Cinema Is Coming to Studio on the Square
SPECIAL KEYSTONE – FILM BOARD By Charlie Lambert Years ago, in 1982 to be exact, there was a very short-lived TV series called “Filthy Rich,”…View More “Bluff City Law” & Indie Memphis, Continuing a Long Tradition of Film History in the Mid-South
“On a whim I helped some friends produce a movie, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, that led to me co-founding a production company. We produced six feature…View More SB 30 Episode 31: Exploring Indie Memphis (it starts Oct 30) with Executive Director Ryan Watt