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'Another You' indie film wraps in Charleston
The "Another You" film crew sets the scene with local extras before they bring in the stars of the film for the last day of shooting on the production.
Theater offers all-you-can-eat popcorn
Local actress, director hope 'Unlovable' finds love
In Short: May 2-8, 2013
Film on last doughboy to screen in Mo., Ark.
'Sensory-sensitive' take in a film
Faith-based drama opens at Nitro theater Friday
Things to do Sunday, April 14, 2013
Senate approves cut to film tax credit
Pocahontas Co. student brings zombie film to life
Spring W.Va. International Film Festival ends Saturday
Wil Haygood did it
'Evil Dead' a fun, frightening flick
'Spring Breakers' comes to town
Film Festival hosts 'Motion Picture Mixer'
W.Va. House votes to cut film tax credit by half
WVU hosting competitive film festival this weekend
Things to do today Friday, March 15, 2013
Who will be next behind the camera for Bond?
Small-screen hits get big-screen treatment
'Volcanoes of the Deep Sea' offers different kind of deep-sea exploration
Estrada to appear at Beckley premiere
5 Questions about 'Finding Faith'
Oscars 2013: Argo wins best picture
'Die Hard' disaster
MacFarlane aims to perk up stodgy Oscars show
Twitter hits hyperdrive in mocking Oscars
Gazzopolis: New acts debut on 'RFC'
In Short: Feb. 21-27, 2013
Judge blocks NYC from Ken Burns film footage
In Short: Feb. 14-20, 2013
PipeSounds sets silent film to music
Family's 'Impossible' journey of healing captured on big screen
Music and animation on latest 'Radio Free Charleston'
W.Va. filmmaker-activist Bob Gates dies at 69
'Warm Bodies' heats up box office with $20 million
Josh Groban LIVE! -- sort of
In short: Jan. 31 to Feb. 6, 2013
Things to do Sunday, Jan. 27, 2013
Adele to sing her James Bond 'Skyfall' theme song at Oscars
In Short: Jan. 24-30, 2013
'RFC' without words
Annual Jewish Film Festival celebrates 15 years
Filming on 'Hollow Creek' wrapping up in W.Va.
In Short: Jan. 17-23, 2013
'Argo,' 'Les Miserables' win best-pic Globes
List of Golden Globe winners
Academy shows love for 'Amour' with 5 Oscar nods
In Short: Jan. 10-16, 2013
'RFC' starts anew in a new year
Film adaptation of Kerouac not the same 'Road' or time
'Les Misérables' a dream come true for musical fans
Free films for kids
Free screening of 'Howl' on Friday
Having friends over at the end of the world
'Radio Free Charleston' for the holidays
In Short: Dec. 20-26, 2012
Salmon fishing where? Globes Globes snubs and surprises
First-time director takes on stage play of beloved film
In Short: Dec. 13-19, 2012
Four terrible Christmas movies (and one holiday special)
'RFC' looks back on 2012
'End of Watch' returns to Marquee for short run
In Short: Dec. 6-12, 2012
Sale of Nitro movie theater surprises city leaders
In Short: Nov. 29-Dec. 5, 2012
Spotlight finds researcher for popular historians
Ang Lee's 'Life of Pi' is inspiring 3-D art
Santa leads all-star team in winning 'Rise of the Guardians'
A new 'Dawn,' but not a brighter day
It's a jolly Holly Day at the Clay Center Friday
Final 'Twilight' film brings saga to a satisfying close
Bond is back and better than ever in 'Skyfall'
In Short: Nov. 15-21, 2012
Day-Lewis immaculate in Spielberg's 'Lincoln'
Couple make Hollywood magic in Barboursville
Things to do Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012
Alzheimer's awareness organization seeks entries for teen video contest
Things to do Friday, Nov. 9, 2012
'Skyfall' the best Bond ever
'The Details' opens at Park Place Friday
Arctic adventure awaits at the Clay Center
International film festival ends Saturday
Gazzopolis: Singer Amanda Bridgette and more on latest 'RFC'
In Short: Nov. 8-14, 2012
Things to do Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012
Hitchcock's 'Vertigo' ends Flashback Film Series season
In Short: Nov. 1-7, 2012
'Liar's Autobiography' honors Python's 'dead one'
Fall film festival opens Thursday
Sandy halts Tarzan actor’s cross-country swing in Charleston
Charleston woman's photo advances in Canon contest
Things to do Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012
'Silent Hill' sequel scores points for appearance, not for plot
In Short: Oct. 25-31, 2012
'RFC' does Halloween
International Film Festival opens on Halloween with 'Nosferatu'
Gazzopolis: 'RFC' looks back at Halloweening
Park Place flashes back with 'Ghostbusters'
W.Va. theaters to show Met Opera performances
Things to do Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012
Vietnam vet Plumley dies; W.Va. native featured in war movie
'Pitch Perfect' hits all the right notes
'The Master' opens at Park Place Friday
In Short: Oct. 11-17, 2012
Things to do Sunday, Oct. 7, 2012
Top five chilling classics to watch this Halloween
Kanawha Players hope for a monster hit with 'Evil Dead' musical
Garner's 'Butter' hardly a top-shelf spread
In Short: Oct. 4-10, 2012
'RFC' visits Budget Tapes
Abe, 'Argo,' 'Les Mis' jockey for Oscar attention
'Looper' is a must-see
'E.T' returns to theaters for anniversary event
On eve of Charleston visit, Angelou reflects
'Trouble With the Curve' shows Eastwood has lost his fastball
Two cops worry about what will come by the 'End of Watch'
In Short: Sept. 20-26, 2012
'Ruby Sparks' is a real gem
Charleston native pulls off a stunt in changing his life
Grant boosts McDowell documentary project
FX hotshot Haddy hosts hauntingly hip Halloween workshops
In Short: Sept. 13-19, 2012
Best bets: An indie infusion
Workshops for creative people planned
Workshops for creative people planned
'Safety' is a guaranteed charmer
In Short: Sept. 6-12, 2012
More Tribute to the Troops on 'RFC'
'Jaws' opens Park Place Flashback Film Series
Hardiman high on the hog with release of 'Pork Chop 3D'
'Avengers' and 'Brave' return to theaters
Gazzopolis: Music for the troops on 'RFC'
In Short: Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 2012
In Short: Aug. 23-29, 2012
'Timothy Green's' life is more manipulative than odd
Jennifer Garner goes 'Green'
In Short: Aug. 16-22, 2012
McDowell documentary crew to hold final workshop
Gazzopolis: 'RFC' screens rare Charleston Playhouse footage
W.Va. filmmaker wins another Emmy
Choreographer lands in W.Va. black schools hall of fame
In Short: Aug. 2-8, 2012
Christopher Nolan's final Batman film is good, but not great
gazzopolis: RFC meets 'Legally Blonde'
W.Va. native villainous in 'The Dark Knight Rises'
Some local theaters up security; patrons unafraid
'Dark Knight Rises' ads pulled from TV after shooting
Warner Bros. grapples with Colo. shooting
A beautiful 'Kingdom'
Movie event about The Who set for Huntington
'Bears' now showing at Clay Center
In short: July 19-25
Final chapter 'Rises' above expectations
McDowell documentary crew to hold moviemaking workshop
Clay Center puts 'Bears' on the big screen
'Bears' film premiere at Clay Center canceled
'RFC' wraps up FestivALL
In short: June 28-July 4
Things to do Sunday, June 24, 2012
'Chillers' talent sign autographs (photo)
FestivALL draws big crowds despite heat
MPAA rating system a pointless, flawed attempt at censorship
Plenty of fun at FestivALL: June 14-20 events
'Chillers' invades FestivALL
Free 'Grease' sing-along scheduled for Saturday
Clay Center offers Summer Discovery camps
'Prometheus' no 'Alien,' but still a gorgeous, intense trip
'Men in Black 3' a sequel done right
'Chernobyl Diaries' is a disaster in its own right
In Short: May 31-June 6, 2012
Music, film and more on 'RFC'
Kids' summer film series set for area theaters
Magic Island family movies start Wednesday
CYAC opens new play Thursday
Nitro theater starts kids' summer movie series Tuesday
Veteran to share film and his own story about PTSD
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