In this final part of our concertmaster conversation, David Danzmayr mentions that he sometimes steps back and leaves the orchestra to play segments of pieces alone, because thereare times that the conductor can just “get in the way.”
There’s something about staying up past your bedtime, curled up with a blanket and some popcorn watching movies in the dark. Chances are if you were in Columbus between 1974 and 1991, it was bespectacled local TV legend Fritz the Nite Owl who helped you stay up late.
A chance to look deeper into the holiday classic, Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Animation cells and original artwork by the film’s director, Chuck Jones, are on view at the Franklin Park Conservatory.
44 teams of filmmakers write, direct, and edit a film in less than 48 hours. Do you think you could do that?
Fresh off the Kenyon College set of “Liberal Arts,” writer-director-actor Josh Radnor talks about his next film.
Don’t miss the chance to enjoy the many FREE outdoor movie screenings Columbus has to offer this summer. Here are 8 outdoor movie series that are not to be missed.
Amy Juravich, The Other Paper film critic Hope Madden and Columbus Alive film critic Brad Keefe discuss their movie choices this week.
A wistful but jarring glimpse into a better time for independent filmmaking – when Todd Haynes’ shocked the new queer indie film scene with his first feature-length film, Poison.
Watch a video about the making of ‘Columbus Neighborhoods: King Lincoln’ documentary. Saxophonist Michael Cox shares with us all about how to approach a movie score; and some very talented local jazz musicians do what they do best.
Afghan Star is a television show fashioned after shows like American Idol, a singing competition in which the people can vote by SMS for their favorite star. For many young Afghanis this is their first exposure to anything democratic.
This is not a beautiful dance film, as one would suspect. It’s a supernatural thriller set in the world of New York City ballet.