Director Rian Johnson (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Looper”) screened his newest movie, “Knives Out,” during the closing night of the Philadelphia Film Festival on Oct. 25. After the screening, Michael Lerman, artistic director for the Philadelphia Film Society, the organization that produces the film festival, facilitated a Q&A between the director and the audience.
“Knives Out” is the kind of movie you should know almost nothing about before you see it.
After a two-year hiatus, USA Network’s infamous computer hacker Mr. Robot finally returned for its fourth and final season on Oct. 6. Mr. Robot follows cyberhacker Elliot Anderson, as he attempts to topple the company Evil Corp. with the assistance of his alter-ego and split
personality [Mr. Robot].
The extravagant 5,000-acre Highclere Castle estate is hosting a reunion of the beloved Downton Abbey characters, and you’re invited.
With an empowered female driven cast, the director and writer of “Hustlers” exceeded expectations with the film bringing in $74 million take at the box office thus far.
Each year the college produces a fall play for the entertainment and edification of its acting students and the larger college community. This year my award-winning farce “After Birth of a Nation” was chosen by Stephen Smith, drama department leader and director, for a November run. Yet after recent controversy surrounding the play’s themes, images, and language, Steve and I have mutually agreed to withdraw the play from production.
“Music changed the course of my life,” said Heather Moll, 36, an elementary band director for the Phoenixville School District, who has taught music to students for 15 years. “Without it, I would probably be working as a cashier at a grocery store and probably on government funding to survive.”