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Film Scene: Week’s screenings include favorite classics, modern surprises

24 May 2017

This week’s batch of what we here at Film Scene call “alternative cinema” fare includes two movies that will sound quite familiar to anyone out there who read last week’s column, for two distinctly different reasons.

 

Film Scene: Anniversary screenings, Audrey Hepburn on the island and more

17 May 2017

Those of you whose schedules may not have allowed you to catch the recent one-day-only big-screen revival of visionary French filmmaker Luc Besson’s over-the-top sci-fi-comedy mashup “The Fifth Element” are in luck.

 

Film Scene: ‘Princess Mononoke,’ ‘Fifth Element’ anniversary and more must-see events

10 May 2017

What a treat it was to see the original 1995 anime classic “Ghost in the Shell” on the big screen of downtown’s Trustees Theater last week, courtesy of SCAD Cinema Circle.

 

Top picks: Do Savannah makes time for Doggie Carnival, Scottish Games on 'The Bridge'

03 May 2017

Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.

 

Film Scene: Go back to the disco with ‘Saturday Night Fever’ anniversary screening

03 May 2017

In the mood for a new, first-run progressive political documentary? Like to help fund the protection of our natural environment? Enjoy supporting Savannah’s locally based, independent arts and culture venues?

 

Tybee Wine Festival returns with extended schedule, great music

01 May 2017

For the ninth year in a row, the Tybee Post Theater will host the Tybee Wine Festival.

 

Film Scene: ‘The Graduate’ 50th anniversary and more highlight week in cinema

19 Apr 2017

There are a great many people who eagerly await each week’s issue of Do, and either receive it along with their regular Thursday copy of the Savannah Morning News or grab one from a nearby box or rack each Thursday morning.

 

Film Scene: Specialty screenings include Grateful Dead concert movie, cult flicks, anime and more

12 Apr 2017

Looking ahead to the next seven days or so, there’s a surfeit of noteworthy features for adventurous viewers in our area to choose from.

 

Film Scene: Stay busy with ‘Godfather’ on Tybee, Hitchcock and more

06 Apr 2017

There are, quite simply, too many specialty screenings going on this week to delve very deeply into any of them — but here’s a bird’s eye view of what’s being offered.

 

Film Scene: Selections include an even older ‘1984,’ Hitchcock and more

30 Mar 2017

The reliably fantastic and always surprising Black Maria Film Festival is making its annual Savannah stop on yet another nationwide tour of venues.

 

William Florian brings a folk revival to Tybee

28 Mar 2017

Singer/songwriter William Florian is the perfect combination of musician and storyteller, blending a reminiscent sound with humor and tales of his own musical explorations.

 

Film Scene: Options include Flannery O’Connor doc, live opera, short film fest and more

23 Mar 2017

I am pleased to say that last week’s presentation of “Fences” looked and sounded great in the Tybee Post Theater’s intimate space.

 

Film Scene: Bolshoi Ballet, William Shatner and Oscar winners on the agenda

16 Mar 2017

The restored, historic Tybee Post Theater has carved out a niche for itself by primarily programming one-night-only revivals of either classic or popular Hollywood pictures.

 

Film Scene: Catch these unique screenings while you can

01 Mar 2017

I must admit, I don’t pay that much attention to the Academy Awards anymore. 

 

Film Scene: ‘Streetcar,’ Met Opera and more light up the big screens this week

22 Feb 2017

On Feb. 23, the lovely and intimate Tybee Post Theater presents a one-show-only screening of controversial director Elia Kazan’s adored 1951 drama “A Streetcar Named Desire.”

 

Top picks: It's Tybee Mardi Gras time with Do and 'The Bridge'

22 Feb 2017

Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby and Renee LaSalle on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer. Read more in Renee's weekly column.

 

Film Scene: Add ‘Singin’ in the Rain,’ Broadway hits and more to your calendars

15 Feb 2017

Anyone who’s followed Film Scene for the past few years will likely recall my enthusiastic trumpeting of Armstrong State University’s annual Francophone Film Festival.

 

Film Scene: Movie romance gets both classic and twisted for Valentine’s Day

07 Feb 2017

If you’re looking for some cinematic diversions that are out of the ordinary, the next seven days afford several worthwhile options scattered throughout the greater Savannah area.

 

Film Scene: Julia Roberts, Burt Reynolds, Warren Beatty make for star-studded week

01 Feb 2017

Looking ahead to the next seven days or so, the 2017 Savannah Jewish Film Fest winds to a close with two more screenings at the Jewish Educational Alliance on Abercorn Street.

 

Film Scene: Week brings crazily impressive lineup of alternative screenings

26 Jan 2017

The variety of notable programming choices is outstanding, and I heartily encourage all readers to seek out at least one motion picture to attend between now and Feb. 1. 

 

Award-winning comic Sid Davis makes up for lost time

24 Jan 2017

Sid Davis turned misfortune into an opportunity to live his lifelong dream of being a comedian.

 

Film Scene: Festivals, arthouse thrills and a Girls Night Out on the agenda

18 Jan 2017

Those of you who could not view esteemed British filmmaker Nicolas Roeg’s arthouse classic “The Man Who Fell to Earth” last week missed a truly impressive and resoundingly potent motion picture experience.

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