Consumed, a movie filmed locally, will be premiering at the Art Theater November 17th and 18th. Brett Hayes, the producer of the film and co-owner of Shatterglass Studios, had a few words to add on the process of making the film and the community that helped spawn it.
In collaboration with Shatterglass Studios, Champaign County Visitor's Bureau now offers a Film Office for filmmakers local and beyond.
Rochelle previews the Flatlands Dance Film Festival, beginning September 1st at the Art.
Rebecca backs up her claims that the Pens to Lens 2015 films are worth setting aside time to watch.
Confused and slightly concerned about the new "Membership" program at the Art Theater Co-Op, Rebecca talks to some honchos to try to sort it all out.
Maybe you weren't there because you legitimately had something to do. But if you skipped Pens to Lens because you thought the movies are kid stuff, you missed out.
Rebecca tries to make up new words to describe awesome local filmmakers' butterfly conservation event at the Virginia Theatre. Her first attempt is awful.
Daina sits down with Shatterglass Studios to talk about the history of the company and their latest project: Death of Innocence, a bio pic on the death and legacy of Emmett Till.
Mathew spreads the good word about National Theatre Live's return to the Art Theater Co-op.
Meghan talks to Bailey Hicks about the upcoming Illinifest Student Film Festival, and its opportunities for interested film students.
The Arts Section strives to celebrate our community's rich and vibrant artistic scene, from theatre to local authors, film, performance art, and everything in between.