Isolation Binge: Graveface Records’ Ryan Graveface

Isolation Binge: Graveface Records’ Ryan Graveface

The man, the myth, the legend shares what he’s watching during quarantine
Welcome to Isolation Binge. People are undoubtedly leaning on movies, TV, and music right now in these dark, uncertain times.

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Montage Cinemas brings arthouse, indie films straight to you

Local film group transitions to virtual screenings during pandemic
MONTAGE Cinemas, a pop-up movie theater and film group based right here in Savannah, was gearing up for a big year of film screenings when things went sideways. The COVID-19 put their plans on hold, and forced them to figure out another way forward.

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Streaming excellence: CinemaSavannah top picks

All these films are streaming on Amazon, Hulu, or Netflix and will keep you sane until the world reopens

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Isolation Binge: Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah’s Jim Reed

Film buff breaks down his most watched films during isolation
We decided to sit down with some of the most passionate film fans and connoisseurs that Savannah has to offer, to find out what they’re watching right now and why movies mean so much to them.

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Drive-In Renaissance

During the crisis, the Jesup Drive-In gets renewed attention
In the eight years she and Ralph have operated the Drive-In, it has become a central part of the lives of their entire family

The Film Scene

An Irish cult film, and more

As always, things can change without much advance warning. You may want to consider phoning the venues to make certain all systems are go

The Film Scene

A Vigilante is one of the week’s highlights

A HEARTFELT thanks to all the Film Scene readers who came out to the Savannah Cultural Arts Center for last week’s debut installment of the Double-Vision Film Series, jointly curated and presented by the Psychotronic Film Society and CinemaSavannah and co-sponsored by Connect Savannah. That sneak preview of the soon-to-be-released British-made revenge thriller “A Good Woman is Hard to Find” was a rough and tough experience that delivered quite a whallop to the more than 150 audience members in attendance, and left most of them heatedly debating the film’s provocative and violent, female-led storyline afterwards – which is always the sign of a worthwhile motion picture.

The Film Scene

Last chance to see some Oscar winners in the theatre

WELCOME BACK to another Film Scene – the area’s only weekly preview of all the noteworthy "alternative cinema" events taking place in and around these parts. We begin with an important announcement: contrary to what was written in last week’s column and due to unexpected scheduling conflicts, the Psychotronic Film Society’s next two weekly Wednesday night installments of their long-running and award-winning series of underappreciated feature films from around the globe have been cancelled – however those selections will still be shown, just at a later date.

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Women In Revolt! leads slate of compelling films

FIRST OFF, allow me to sincerely thank all the readers of this column who came out this past Sunday night to the Sentient Bean Coffeeshop to attend the debut installment of my new First-Run Film Series. It was a small crowd, but between the admission fees and the raffle tickets we sold before the screening for door prizes, we made just enough money to break even on our operating costs for the night.

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The Marion Stokes Project and Corpus Christi

Welcome back to Connect’s weekly sneak preview of worthwhile 'alternative cinema' events taking place in our area over the next seven days

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Going 10 for 10 this week

Some are quite well-known in mainstream circles, while others are merely beloved among fans of adventurous and somewhat obscure cinema

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