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Cutting Room for February 1

  • Film Streams (filmstreams.org) wants us to all just get along. To help reinforce the need to quash our beefs, the theater is buddying up with the Werner Institute for Negotiation and Dispute Resolution to bring Irish filmmaker Declan Keeney to town. On March 1 at 7 pm, Keeney’s documentaries We Are Not Afraid and We Carried Your Secrets will be screened, with a post-show Q&A with Keeney. The short films cover...


Movieha - Omaha’s Movie Podcast!

Welcome once more to the audio extravaganza that is Movieha, your favorite movie podcast hosted by guys named Ryan and Matt. This week we have a wild cornucopia of fun for you, including a look at the Oscar nominations, a fun game of "six degrees of Gary Oldman," Matt guessing foreign titles for things, and our usual haikus, Netflix review, and look at an upcoming trailer. Give it a listen and I'll hit you below...


Cutting Room for January 25

  • Movies about Shakespeare aren’t just for high-school kids looking to avoid reading their homework. Each Tuesday in February at 6 pm, Aksarben Cinema (aksarbencinema.com) and Nebraska Shakespeare are teaming up to bring you a movie from or inspired by the bard. Each screening will be followed by a discussion featuring Associate Artistic Director Vincent Carlson-Brown and guest scholar D. Scott Glasser, Chair of...


Movieha - Omaha’s Movie Podcast!

Episode 38 of the greatest podcast to ever be hosted by guys named Ryan Syrek and Matt Lockwood is here! We talk about all sortsa stuff this week, including space jockeys, bellies that are Delhi, and we even discuss Gary Oldman's medication levels. Give your ears a yum yum and meet me after for the trailers!

On Your Radar

Seriously, are we NOT going to at least mention the arrival of another film from the...


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