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Posted by Emma McClatchey | Nov 22, 2017

In the course of two years, teenager Daje Shelton is placed in an alternative high school, attends the funerals of friends shot in the streets of North St. Louis, falls...

Posted by Emma McClatchey | Oct 10, 2017

This Friday the 13th, pack your sleeping bag, head to FilmScene and steel yourself for 12 hours of horror.

Posted by Mike Kuhlenbeck | Sep 20, 2017

FilmScene and the Bijou Film Board will host a special screening of the new documentary Whose Streets? with a panel discussion at the 5 p.m. showing, as part of Art...

Posted by Leah Vonderheide | Sep 19, 2017

Setting up in small towns from Minnesota to Texas, the Brintons’ traveling cinema show was for most Midwesterners of the era a first encounter with moving images. Unfortunately, in 1919,...

Posted by Jaret Morlan | Jul 13, 2017

The best true stories are the ones that feel too unlikely to be true but too honest to be made up. There is a moment in The Big Sick, the...

Posted by Jon Burke | Jul 6, 2017

This Sunday, July 9, documentarian David Byars is bringing his incendiary new film, No Man’s Land, to FilmScene as part of the Vino Vérité series, presented by FilmScene, 'Little Village'...

Posted by Jon Burke | Jun 29, 2017

This Friday, June 30, Sofia Coppola’s latest film, The Beguiled, premieres at Film Scene. Tickets are $6.50-9. Though The Beguiled is set nearly a century after Coppola’s gorgeous period piece...

Posted by Paul Osgerby | Jun 8, 2017

Starting this week with 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,' FilmScene will be showing the eight movies in the Potter chronology in succession every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 10...

Posted by Genevieve Trainor | Jun 1, 2017

“I’ll see you again in 25 years,” promises Laura Palmer in the closing moments of cult classic TV series Twin Peaks. This year, creator David Lynch made good on that...

Posted by Jon Burke | May 16, 2017

In the last few years B movies have stepped out of the cinematic shadows and into the limelight as legitimate, critically valid films. From John Wick to Green Room and,...

Posted by Jon Burke | Apr 27, 2017

Spanish filmmaker Nacho Vigalondo’s latest film, Colossal, is at once an intimate substance abuse drama and a kaiju-style creature feature. Much like his previous feature films, including Timecrimes (2007) and...

Posted by Paul Osgerby | Apr 24, 2017

Arthur Russell Week various venues -- Tuesday, April 25 through Friday, April 28 A week of events celebrating Oskaloosa native Arthur Russell kicks off at FilmScene with a screening on...

Posted by Daniel Boscaljon | Apr 3, 2017

1984 FilmScene -- Tuesday, April 4 at 6 p.m. Video still from Michael Radford's '1984.' FilmScene, located in the Pedestrian Mall at 118 E. College, will join more than 90...

Posted by Eleanore Taft | Mar 22, 2017

Discover the devastating environmental and human cost of cheap fashion, discuss solutions with a panel of experts and take immediate action by adding fair trade flair to your closet this...