|'Undefeated' Coach Still Undefeated
On Oscar night a Memphis coach, who won the coveted gold statue last year, says it was just the beginning of something great. Watch Video
|Thousands of Moviegoers Break Indie Memphis Attendance Record
More than 11,000 people attended the 15th annual Indie Memphis Film Festival this year, shattering the previous attendance record.
|Mid-South Movie-Goers in Shock Over Colorado Massacre
The movie massacre continues to haunt movie-goers across the nation. Watch Video
|Competition among Movie Theaters Heating Up in Olive Branch
It's a tale of two theaters. Both are being built in Olive Branch, Mississippi. The drama unfolding over the planned projects is enough to rival those seen on the big screen. Watch Video
|Event: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Family Event at Collierville Towne Cinema
The Collierville Towne Cinema is celebrating the release of the new Twentieth Century Fox family film, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days.
|Malco Reviewing Theatre Security after CO Mass Shooting
Malco Theatres, which operates 30 movie theaters across the Mid-South, is reviewing its security measures in light of a mass shooting at a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Aurora, Colorado.
|Announcement: Indie Memphis Concert Film Series at Levitt Shell
Indie Memphis, which opens its popular free Concert Film Series at the Levitt Shell on Saturday, July 21, with Stop Making Sense, announced that its August screenings will include rare performances by The Who and Led Zeppelin, both from the Shelley Archives.
|Event: 'Dawg Dayz' of Summer at the Summer Drive-In
Dawg Dayz at the Drive-In is a 'paw-some' event benefiting local animal rescue groups.