Movies in Pittsburgh: Your Guide to Local Films, Filmmaking, Film Festivals and Blockbusters | Pittsburgh City Paper
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Wind River

A terse crime drama set on a Native American reservation

 

Step

An engaging documentary about a Baltimore girls step team, working for both artistic and academic success

In This Corner of the World

This Japanese anime set during World War II offers a wistful and affecting depiction of quiet resilience

GLOW is an entertaining series about lady wrestlers worth a binge

It’s loads of fun, even as it treats the art form with respect

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Al Gore continues to push humanity to ramp down greenhouse-gas emissions

Detroit

Kathryn Bigelow’s docudrama zeroes in on an infamous crime during the 1967 Detroit riots

Lady Macbeth

A stone-cold femme fatale noir film hides within a gothic melodrama

The Little Hours

A great slate of comic actors deliver an amusing comedy of (sex) manners

Atomic Blonde

David Leitch’s comic actioner depicts spy-vs.-spy in 1980s Berlin

A Ghost Story

David Lowery’s meditative, elliptical film is about grief and time

Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan’s immersive film puts viewers in the hell and hope of a World War II evacuation mission

Radio Dreams

An ensemble dramedy set at a radio station in San Francisco speaks to assimilation, loss and art

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

This sci-fi actioner from Luc Besson is more spectacle than substance, but you might be OK with that

George Romero: An Appreciation; Night of the Living Dead director dead at 77

In 1968, nobody was making zombie movies, or shooting feature films in Pittsburgh

Maudie

A low-key but sweet bio-pic about Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis

Like Crazy

It’s a shambolic road trip, marked by giddiness, petty crime and emotional meltdowns in this Italian dramedy

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