“Why isn’t there a Film Prize in Memphis?” David Merrill was asked four years ago after a visit to local film competition in, of all places, Shreveport, Louisiana. What was born out of the experience was Memphis Film Prize. This year’s is the 4th, and we talked about the festival/competition and other things Memphis film for this week’s episode. Oh, and the due-date for submission is June 12th!
SPECIAL KEYSTONE – FILM BOARD By Charlie Lambert Years ago, in 1982 to be exact, there was a very short-lived TV series called “Filthy Rich,” starring Delta Burke and Dixie Carter, about a post-wealth family […]
MEMPHIS,TN — Based on the guidelines of the CDC to suspend all gatherings of 10 or more people for the next 8 weeks, we have decided to suspend the Memphis Film Prize festival for the […]
MALCO THEATRES, INC. AND INDIE MEMPHIS ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE INDIE MEMPHIS CINEMA, A NEW FEATURE OF STUDIO ON THE SQUARE IN MIDTOWN. Beginning in early 2020, Malco and Indie Memphis are collaborating to bring […]
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