Tim Kinsella stars in Brilliant's submission to Tacoma Film Festival 2021. Screenings are schedules for 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, and 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12.
It's been written about time and time again: Black filmmakers are part and parcel of the horror genre. See what Weird Elephant has in store for Black History Month.
This February, come celebrate Black cinema at The Grand! Read on to see what our Tuesday Film Series and Classic Film Series will be showing. Click here for part 2 with info on our Weird Elephant Series films.
The Renaissance started in Florence; Jazz emerged in New Orleans; and in the 1960s, the California Sound was born in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles. Andrew Slater's Echo in the Canyon provides first-hand accounts of what it was like to live among the stars of the folk-rock movement. The documentary examines how artists like The Beach Boys and The Beatles influenced one another, and how a tight-knit community of artists changed pop music forever. Echo in the Canyon also acknowledges contemporary artists who were—and continue to be—inspired by the music that came out of Laurel Canyon. Read on to see my favorite Laurel Canyon-inspired artists and songs!
A Hasidic jew. A community college bio professor. A stolen pig. Join us for our next Science on Screen event pairing the film To Dust with a presentation by "dead" PA Naomi Grimminck on the topic: from biopsy to resection to results. Screens only on Monday, July 22 at 6:45pm.
June may have been Pride Month (and with good reason: this year we commemorated 50 years since the Stonewall riots, which began June 28, 1969), but here in Tacoma, we're just getting started! We're ecstatic to once again be part of Tacoma Pride programming, which begins July 9.
Starting Wednesday, May 8, The Grand Cinema will offer weekly Wednesday screenings at 10:30 AM designed for parents with infants, autistic individuals, and guests with other special sensory needs.
The film is a love letter to community theater (and communities), and feels more than appropriate to play at Tacoma’s own local nonprofit art house cinema. In the following interview, Patrick and marketing manager Tanya talked this, his transition from theater to film, “talkable art,” and more!
"It's all about the pigeon blood"