The People We Once Were

“​The One I Love” is a film that illustrates the diversity of the romantic comedy category. A significant part of the film explores the differences between idealized versions of a partner.

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A Frightening Ass Film Fest

Do you love movies? Do you love scary movies? Do you love making scary movies? If you answered yes to all three questions, have we got an event for you: the Frightening Ass Film Fest Four. more »

Aug 28, 2014 News & Notes

Look, Up In The (Stormy) Sky!

One of the more unlikely television film successes in recent memory was SyFy’s instant cult classic “Sharknado”. When it aired, the sheer ridiculousness of the plot (and the acting, and the effects) made it a viral sensation... more »

Aug 21, 2014 News & Notes

The Eternal Lightness of Growing Up

Life is a collection of small moments that rarely add up to large ones. Very few of us will have a time when we stand against the world, battered by the storm, to be counted among those who have left a mark on history. more »

Aug 21, 2014 Reviews

Here Leezard, Leezard, Leezard

East Ridge 18 plays host to live skewering of “Godzilla” more »

Aug 14, 2014 News & Notes

Film Is Busting Out All Over

The year since the last State of the Arts issue has been an exceptional time for film in Chattanooga. More than ever, there are unique and varied opportunities for film fans and filmmakers alike. more »

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