The owner of FilmBar, downtown Phoenix’s independent cinema and bar, is calling on the community to help keep the theater stay afloat after it...
The film, "Two Spirits," lead to a discussion about the ways that race, gender and sexuality impact lives.
The 10 finalists in the Manhattan Short Film Festival are being screened at galleries, theaters, museums and universities in participating cities, including Phoenix, for 10 days from Sept. 26 to Oct. 5.
This Thursday night marked the RAW:natural born artists Phoenix showcase at Monarch Theatre. The line was out the door for the highly anticipated event that brought together different mediums of art including photography, fashion, music, film, make-up, performance and visual art.
Phoenix Center for the Arts will host a screening of "Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace & Music," the nearly four-hour concert documentary about the iconic Woodstock music festival. The festival turns 45 this weekend.
Los Angeles Times fashion critic and "Hollywood Costume" contributor Booth Moore detailed the differences between costume and fashion design during a talk at the Phoenix Art Museum on May 21.
Moviegoers looking for something a little more exotic than the typical Hollywood blockbuster can participate in the Czech That Film festival at FilmBar. The festival aims to expose downtown Phoenicians to Czech arts and culture.
"Between Scenes" showcased different behind-the-scenes film roles such as storyboard artists, sound designers, makeup artists and production designers Tuesday at the Icehouse.
The Hollywood Costume exhibit has traveled a long way from its London origins to reach the Phoenix Art Museum. Visitors can see ensembles ranging from classic outfits such as Marilyn Monroe's dress from 1955's "The Seven Year Itch" to contemporary ones such as Nicole Kidman's dress from the finale of "Moulin Rouge!"
The Phoenix Center for the Arts is hosting a Sunday matinee music-oriented documentary film series from No Festival Required throughout the spring. “Music is the...