movies

Cincinnati native and Princeton HS grad Isaac J. Sullivan is now a successful model and actor who joins Robyn Carey-Allgeyer to talk about his new film, At the Top of the Pyramid (showing March 15-16 at the Cinemark in Oakley), his career and growing up in Cincinnati.

Greater Cincinnati & NKY FIlm Commission

The movie business is bringing millions to the Tri-State, according to a new study by University of Cincinnati economists.

Carol, Miles Ahead and the A&E television series Renovation Row, all filmed in 2014, were responsible for adding $45.9 million in direct and indirect spending to the local economy.  The Economic Impact Study was commissioned by the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Film Commission.

Cincinnati will once again be in the spotlight as "The Blunderer" begins filming November 17.

The movie stars Jessica Biel and Patrick Wilson and will be entirely shot in Greater Cincinnati. The same producers filmed "Carol" here and said, "The Film Commission, the rebate, locations, infrastructure,  and welcoming people of Cincinnati brought us back a second time within one year."

Gorilla Cinema gives a new meaning to the traditional idea of dinner & a movie.

Jacob Trevino and Martha Tiffany are not just film fanatics. Jacob is a professional mixologist and Martha a professional Sous Chef. Together they created Gorilla Cinema with the intention of blending their knowledge of food and drink with their passion for the silver screen to craft a wonderfully delicious, unique and whimsical movie-going experience.

Larry Thomas has some thoughts about the upcoming Cincinnati Film Festival.

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