Local Brew: Local Film, Local Beer
Wednesday, February 6
6:30 | showtime
The newest original series from Open Sign Entertainment set to release on Prime Video and other major platforms in 2019, DISCONNECTED follows the life of Aspen Nix, a 25 year old millennial living in a small suburban city, who struggles to find her place in life.
Mad Anthony on tap.
Supported in part by Mad Anthony Brewing Company
February 7, 2019
Join an incredible array of singers and musicians who came together to honor one of the world’s most remarkable artists, Joni Mitchell, on her 75th birthday. The hand-selected group of peers and protégés including Brandi Carlile; Glen Hansard; Emmylou Harris; Norah Jones; Chaka Khan; Diana Krall; Kris Kristofferson; Los Lobos with La Marisoul, Cesar Castro & Xochi Flores; Graham Nash; Seal; James Taylor; Rufus Wainwright and more paid tribute to the iconic artist, performing songs from all stages of Mitchell’s life and career, across her entire catalog of 19 studio albums. Captured over two nights in November 2018 by The Music Center and held at The Music Center's Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, the entire concert, along with special behind-the-scenes interviews with the artists, will be shown in movie theaters for one night,
Rated PG, 2 h.
Hoosier film: PALACE
Writer/director Andrew Paul Davis attended Taylor University in north-central Indiana. The 94- minute drama PALACE is a result of his time there, and follows the family-fractured lives of a political-extremist auto-mechanic, a retired widower, and a repressed college student as their lives intertwine at a bar in rural Indiana.
PALACE, which premiered at Indianapolis’ acclaimed Heartland International Film Festival in October, makes its Fort Wayne debut February 15-17 at Cinema Center. The director will be in attendance for a talkback on February 15th as a part of Cinema Center’s new artist series.
Joe Martyn Ricke, a frequenter of Fort Wayne’s music scene, stars in the film as Chuck.
CineSportsTalk.com praised the film, saying “Its acting is sublime, and character work top notch… The stand out, in this critics opinion, is Joe Martyn Ricke… I wasn’t watching a film, I was watching Chuck’s struggle with alcohol and reconnecting with his daughter.”
Filmed up and down Indiana, PALACE is an honest and flagrantly Hoosier examination of generations crossing paths.
The film has a recommended audience of 17+.