Movies in Pittsburgh: Your Guide to Local Films, Filmmaking, Film Festivals and Blockbusters | Pittsburgh City Paper
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The Florida Project

Sean Baker’s film about kids living at a motel successfully mixes exhilaration and dread


Netflix’s new crime series recounts how the FBI developed psychological profiling

It’s 1977, and the country is grappling with headline-grabbing multiple murders

Reel Q, the Pittsburgh International Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, opens at the Harris

The 32nd annual event offers feature films, programs of shorts and parties

Blade Runner 2049

Fantastic production values elevate Denis Villeneuve’s broody dystopic drama

Loving Vincent

A bio-pic about Vincent van Gogh is created from 65,000 oil paintings

Kill Me Please

This moody Brazilian film is a coming-of-age story that features a serial killer

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

A bio-pic that tells of the unconventional household that gave birth to the comics-book icon

Chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain searches for Pittsburgh’s Parts Unknown

The city has all the elements that make for a compelling stateside episode

Battle of the Sexes

The 1973 Billie Jean King vs. Bobby Riggs tennis match still offers plenty to think about

American Made

If you ignore real history, this 1980s international smuggling tale is a kicky ride

The Mountain Between Us

Idris Elba and Kate Winslet star in this old-fashioned survival tale

Victoria & Abdul

A sumptuous British that reunites actress Judi Dench with Queen Victoria

It’s a Halloween show at October’s Film Kitchen

Short films about spooky walks, bad Halloween parties and more

Better Watch Out

Babysitting continues to be a dangerous job, in this black comedy horror film

Napping Princess tops a week of Japanese animation at Row House

Kenji Kamiyama’s film mixes genres into an entertaining hybrid

Dave Made a Maze

Fantastic hand-crafted sets and stop-motion animation bring this film to life

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

It’s an unnecessary but sort-of fun sequel to the 2014 spy spoof

The Villainess

A Korean action film with a confusing plot, but lots of ultra-violent action and stunts


Darren Aronofsky’s psychological thriller is surreal, gross, darkly funny and stuffed with allegories


David Gordon Green’s bio-pic is mostly about PTSD, and developing the skills to deal with it

Brad’s Status

Mike White’s low-key comedy is amusing if you can take another tale of a self-absorbed, mildly neurotic middle-aged man



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