The Story Behind The Story

Real evil is so much more boring than fictional evil. In fact, most evil in this world can be categorized as simple ignorance and dissatisfaction rather than a desire for oppression and wanton destruction.

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Mystery! Intrigue! Writers Block!

Trust the Mise En Scenesters, “Chattanooga’s Pop-Up Arthouse Theater” to offer a screening of what they describe as “one of the most criminally underseen films of the 1980s.” more »

Nov 26, 2014 4:49 PM News & Notes

Chattanooga Film Festival Calls for Submissions

After a very succesful first year, the second annual Chattanooga Film Festival is slated for April 2-5 of next year at the Carmike Majestic and other locations around Chattanooga. more »

Nov 20, 2014 9:59 AM News & Notes

The Birdman of Broadway

The lives of actors and their love of theater tends to be relatively common story in Hollywood. Screenwriters live in that world, occupying a profession where everything is riding on one idea, or one presentation, or one last shot. more »

Nov 20, 2014 9:58 AM Reviews

Braving The Wild River

Southeastern Tennessee is no stranger to Hollywood. Recent productions of “42” and “Water for Elephants” spent a good bit of time in the Scenic City (and surrounding areas). more »

Nov 13, 2014 12:00 AM News & Notes

Great Fiction, Mediocre Science

Good science fiction always asks complicated questions. The high-water mark of the genre is its willingness to confuse and obfuscate in the name of narrative integrity, rather than compromising the subject’s complexity ... more »

Nov 13, 2014 12:00 AM Reviews

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