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It seems like only yesterday I was asking this fine readership to hold off seeing The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The Hail, Civic! Gala on March 5 could have been featured on any one of those home transformation reality TV shows.
Let’s face it, February is the least attractive month.
I hope you are enjoying or looking forward to Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, which opened at The Civic on its release date.
There are a whole lot of alternative and community-organized events coming to the Civic Theatre this fall.
Civic Theatre manager Jason Asbell on upcoming films about Jumbo and Naomi Klein.
In an industry that has consistently pushed out single-screen theatres to make way for megaplexes, the Civic Theatre’s story is inspiring.
You may think “I don’t know the opera,” but if you have watched even a moderate amount of Bugs Bunny, you already posses a solid foundation.
As a film programmer it sometimes feels like I’m up against Jackie Treehorn’s goons with the big film distributors.
Movie columnist Jason Asbell says being a cinema programmer is better than being a brain surgeon.