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A Tale Of Religion And Controversy

There are a wealth of stories to be found in the public domain. Storytelling after the advent of copyright laws and arguably the perpetual ownership of properties can do more harm than good when taken through the long view of human culture.



For years, Chattanooga film lovers that wanted to see independent or documentary films had to either travel to Atlanta or Nashville or be content with streaming websites. Nowadays, of course, Chattanooga is home to one of the most cutting-edge ... more

Oct 11, 2017 11:59 AM News & Notes

There’s nothing more encouraging right now than the Chattanooga Film Scene. Maybe it’s just whistling in the dark, what with a mad Tweeter in charge of our armed forces and neo-Nazis marching across the country, but the advent of a new and ... more

Oct 4, 2017 1:49 PM Reviews

Lovers of opera in Chattanooga are quite thankful that Father Entertainment along with AMC Theaters have made a commitment to bring one of the best live cinematic opera series to town, The Met: Live in HD. more

Oct 4, 2017 1:49 PM News & Notes

There is no doubt that Netflix has changed the way television is viewed. Very few avid watchers of the small screen are willing to wait a week for the next episode of a series. In fact, there is a significant subsection of consumers who will wait ... more

Sep 27, 2017 12:49 PM Reviews

There was a time in American cinema where a certain breed of actor reigned supreme: the “man’s man”. Whether it was the bad-ass vigilante style of Charles Bronson, the squinty-eyed anti-hero of Clint Eastwood, or the All-American Western persona ... more

Sep 27, 2017 12:49 PM News & Notes

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