Refugee Film Festival set for Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern

Refugee Film Festival set for Armstrong Campus of Georgia Southern

"People hear about the struggles and these films will help bring more dialogue to the issues."

The zombie movie that started it all

SCAD Cinema Circle celebrates 40th anniversary of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead
WHETHER it’s The Godfather or the first Star Wars or Titanic or anything in between, no matter our generation, we've all got that one movie that really hit us hard the first time we saw it and has stayed with us ever since. For Jim Reed —longtime curator and founder of the local Psychotronic Film Series — that movie is unquestionably George A. Romero’s intensely dark 1978 classic, Dawn of the Dead.

Banff Mountain Film Fest on the road: World Tour returns to Lucas Theatre

'Sometimes the best way to impart some environmental protection education is to inspire people to do more things outside.'

Shore Stories: Documentary addresses the impact of offshore drilling

Last Monday, two resolutions opposing offshore drilling and seismic testing on Georgia’s coast were filed in an effort to protect Georgia’s fisheries, coastal tourism industry, and economy.

New documentary tells tale of raising the CSS Georgia from the Savannah River

Story of the 'collision of high tech, history, and brawn’ debuts at Grays Reef Film Festival
IF FACEBOOK had existed in the Civil War, people in Savannah would have made outraged posts about the CSS Georgia.

Saving the Seahorses at the Grays Reef Film Festival

Entertaining and enlightening documentary 'Galloping Extinction' exposes danger, beauty
SEAHORSES are beautiful and romantic, perhaps the marine life easiest for people to relate to because of their similarity to their earthbound namesake. Mostly mating for life, they are also remarkable in that it is the male seahorse who physically gives birth.

Documentaries, romantic comedies, and beyond at the Savannah Jewish Film Festival

Enjoy movies and meals at the JEA
This year marks the 70th anniversary of Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel, and the film festival’s selection is reflective of that milestone.

Movies to move mountains

Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah returns
Since 2009, the touring film series has been inspiring Hostess City residents of all ages to explore and change the world we live in

From the streets to the screen

Acclaimed Ferguson documentary comes to Stage on Bay on MLK Day
"50 years from now, when people ask about the Black Lives Matter movement, I will tell them to see this movie."

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