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The Unbreaking Of America

There are many ways film can bring people together. And one of the most effective ways has been through documentaries. Think of how documentary filmmaker Michael Moore brought attention to issues such as school shootings, how Morgan Spurlock ...

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There was a period in the 1950’s when a new wave of Italian filmmakers challenged the Hollywood studio system that dominated much of the film world, introducing edgy, avant-garde films that pushed the boundaries of what was considered “acceptable”... Read more

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What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word “grindsploitation”? If you’re like me, you think of campy low-budget horror filmmaking with a decidedly dark comedic twist and as much over-the-top imagery as the film budget will allow. Read more

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One of the mainstays of American cinema through most of the mid-20th century was the extravagant movie musical. And while there are a few musicals on the cineplex these days—the recent Elton John biopic Rocket Man, for example—it’s been a while ... Read more

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With August now upon us and school getting back into session next week (!!), it may feel like the summer is almost over. But it’s not for the movie-loving folks at the Chattanooga Film Festival. Earlier this week, they kicked off their Summer ... Read more

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Sunday Slashers and the Palace Theater, along with the Do Ya Hear We? Chattanooga Punk Fest are proud to present Hear To Be Heard: The Story of the Slits, this Sunday at 2 p.m. at The Palace Theater on Georgia Ave. The all-female punk band The ... Read more

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