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Kathy Plesser, at left in the foreground, and Amy Singer peruse books on Ruth Orkin’s work, sold at the gallery for Oblong Books. In the background, from left, Mary Engel,  Lisa Aiba, Richard Block and Steve Aresty are deep in their respective conversations. Photo by Deborah Maier

Orkin & Engel at Mad Rose

A crowd of about 70 aficionados gathered at The Moviehouse in Millerton on Saturday, Nov. 18, for a screening marking the start of the new Orkin/Engel exhibit at Mad Rose Gallery.  

Director Herk Harvey, who also stars as the ghoulish specter, "The Man." Janus Films

Prepare For A Scare!

Driving alone down an empty road at night, surrounded by desolate plains of uninhibited nature, the lingering nightmare might be getting a flat, but in American director Herk Harvey's 1962 horror film "Carnival of Souls," screening outdoors in service of Halloween anticipation on Thursday night, Oct., 26 behind the Kent Memorial Library in Kent,

Hayao Miyazaki's first feature film in 10 years is a hand-drawn tale by the Academy Award-winning director. Photo Courtesy GKids

FilmColumbia Brings Indie Cinema Upstate

‘I love the lineup that we have,” said FilmColumbia Festival Director Calliope Nicholas of the festival’s 2023 offerings. “I love that we have so many films this year as far as award winners, Oscar nominations for a particular country… and we’ve got a great number of filmmakers that are coming in and doing Q&As.”

Designing Dream Homes For The Screen

The interior decor of the rich and famous can fascinate us as much as the interiority of their lives — think of Brook Astor's Sister Parish chintz-covered home, Jackie Kennedy's Georgian-style 1010 Fifth Avenue apartment designed by Rosario Candela, Gwyneth Paltrow's potentially fake Ruth Asawa sculpture, or the monastery blankness of Kim Kardas

Love, River

Before Timothée Chalamet was born, or Leonardo DiCaprio set sail on The Titanic, there was the original serious-actor-heartthrob, the first of the "young Oscar-nominated actor with amazing hair" archetypes who seemed destined to take over Hollywood — River Phoenix.


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