Maybe the new movie filming in Pittsburgh has brought all the snow! If not the snow, then it’s at least bringing the stars to town.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — While thousands patronize independent theaters with the courage to show Sony’s ‘The Interview,’ strongly opposed by North Korea, U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly (R/Butler) says Americans, theater owners and Sony are right to […]
A film crew was in Carrick again today, shooting scenes for the Jake Gyllenhaal movie called “Southpaw.”
The late Hall Famer center Mike Webster anchored the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line in the glory days of the 1970s.
Now more drive-in theaters have a chance to win in the effort to save drive-in movie theaters from closing in the switch from 35mm film to digital movies.
Dust off those neglected traditional or digital cameras and spend some time learning the true art of photography with classes at these Pittsburgh locations.
There is something about Pittsburgh roots that run deep and through them flow a pride that can rival any city or region in the world.
It was the stuff of nightmares. Filmed in 1939, “The Wizard of Oz” play evil havoc with a good night sleep for multiple generations with its Wicked Witch and flying monkeys.
KDKA’s Robert Mangino sat down with the director and producer of an upcoming movie “The Journey To Normal.”
Pirates legend Roberto Clemente was on a mission of mercy to earthquake victims in Nicaragua, when his plane went down in the Atlantic New Year’s Eve 40 years ago.
Extras are needed for a motion picture that will be partially filmed at California University of Pennsylvania.
If you have any experience in amateur wrestling, you could land a role in an upcoming movie filming here in Pittsburgh.
There may not be 3D and the concession stand may be smaller, but these independent movie theaters more than make up in character what they lack in size. Read on to get a glimpse of the best of the best independent theaters.
KDKA Radio’s Chris Moore talks with Black Panther founding member David Hilliard and independent filmmaker Dante James.
Students were the celebrities on a Sunday evening in January as scores of people gathered at the South Side Works Cinema for the sold-out premiere of Pretty Little Things, a feature film written and produced entirely by Point Park University students.