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Black Bottom Film Festival begins at Row House Cinema

Look for a preview of the AWCC events in next week’s City Paper, but for now check out what’s coming to the Lawrenceville theater.

Movies to watch on Valentine’s Day that aren’t corny or bad

It’s time to curl up with your beloved person or bag of chips and watch a romantic flick

Horror movie renaissance comes at the perfect time for Pittsburghers trying to keep George A. Romero’s legacy alive

Romero Lives! promotes the iconic Pittsburgh filmmaker's work with year-round programming

2019 Oscar nominations for Animated Short are a melancholic collection that deal with parenthood and heartbreak

All of the Oscar-nominated shorts will screen at Regent Square Theater.

Don't let the trolls win. Watch Gotti.

It's hard not to respect and marvel at the sheer volume and diversity of the errors

Laurel and Hardy biopic Stan & Ollie is fine but dull

If you are not a fan of their comedy or the slapstick derived from the silent film era, then this movie would be suitable for a plane or a waiting room.

Docuseries 7 Days Out explores dog shows, NASA missions, and other major events

It’s interesting to watch people who are extremely passionate about what they do, even if what they do is breed fancy dogs to look even fancier.

Netflix documentary Fyre recounts the chaos of Fyre Festival

What makes the unraveling of Fyre Festival so funny and fascinating is that most of the people who got hurt, either in the organizing or the attending, are very very wealthy.

Rust Creek takes on backwoods Kentucky for a middling survival thriller

You may never use GPS again.

Support the Girls is a sweet and biting comedy about the service industry

It’s a funny and honest story about a Hooters-adjacent restaurant and the women who keep it afloat, or don’t.

If Beale Street Could Talk is a mesmerizing story about love and injustice

It’s about love, but it's also about how a corrupt justice system eats away at everything it touches.

Elf on the Shelf goes ultra-creepy with short film The Elf in the Room

The holidays are over, but one Pittsburgh filmmaking team is preparing to scare you next Christmas.

Mary Poppins Returns seesaws between magical and dull

Please, just make a new movie.

Movies you may have missed from 2018

Catch up on the indie and streaming movies that may have flown under your radar

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