Cool down with Frozen at CityScape on Friday, June 9. The film series continues through the summer with screenings on the second Friday of each month.
Catch a free outdoor showing of “Back to the Future” at CityScape on Friday. The film series continues through the summer on the second Friday of the month.
FilmBar connects with Emerging Pictures network to offer a wider variety of films.
Award-winning film follows 17-year old media student, Archie Williams, on his quest for personal connection after he announces that he is going to kill himself on camera.
The concept is not new — many cities around the country have movie theaters and bars in the same building. But, as light rail, professional sports and great food has showed us, it doesn’t need to be a new idea to have a huge impact on Downtown Phoenix.
I was hoping for was a fun, sassy romp with some great characters and clever antics, and I got that in ‘Extract.’
Today’s combo pack is ‘Juno’ with Ellen Page and Michael Cera and high-end burger joint Delux.
In a world where animation has come to mean glossy, 3-D Pixar films, it is refreshing to see a movie that represents the painstakingly hand-drawn vision of a true artist. The modern master of animation, Hayao Miyazaki, presents Ponyo, a contemporary fairy tale that is a blend of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid and… Read more
Our homies at Lisa G Café and Wine Bar have been screening some seriously entertaining films on Saturday nights for a while now, and there’s no better way to close down the series on Saturday, July 11 than with everyone’s favorite 1980s Jewish summer camp epic, Wet Hot American Summer. Watch nerd-hero Gerald Cooperberg try… Read more
It’s almost Monday and that means another Movie Mondays event at the Heard Museum.
On Monday, June 22 at 1:30pm, the museum will be showing Oil on Ice, a 90-minute vivid, compelling and comprehensive documentary connecting the fate of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to decisions America makes about energy policy, transportation choices, and other seemingly unrelated matters. Caught in the balance are the culture and livelihood of the Gwich’in people and the migratory wildlife in this fragile ecosystem.