Tough Guy Charms in ‘Brooklyn’
By tt stern-enzi
'Airborne' at 30: How Cincinnati’s Film Industry Continues to Take Flight, Three Decades Later
We are a major city taking flight, but still cruising just underneath the radar. It makes you wonder though — how much longer can this status last?
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From Film to Streaming to TV Series: What’s the Best Way to Translate a Story from Page to Screen?
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Playwright Owen McCafferty's First Film 'Ordinary Love' is an Honest Reflection of Marriage in Sickness and in Health
In playing Tom and Jane, an older married couple, Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville exhibit grace and dignity as they weather life's hardship's together.
Kitty Green's Drama ‘The Assistant’ Seeks to Break Into the Club
Writer-director Kitty Green fashions a cautionary tale — "The Assistant" — that dares to illustrate the threat one’s soul is under when seeking to break into Hollywood.
Spirit Awards Present an Alternative to the Inevitability of the Oscars
The truest inevitability for awards seasons moving forward is the idea that the Academy will have to widen their visions to take in the fullest scope of the efforts available.
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Newport on the Levee's LEGO Cafe Opens This Weekend
By Katherine Barrier
Salazar to Close Over-the-Rhine Restaurant to Move Into Bigger Space
Worker Strike Looms at DHL-CVG, Management Walks on Bargaining Talks
By Madeline Fening
Esquire Names Over-the-Rhine's Nolia One of the 50 Best New Restaurants in the U.S.
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