Thanks to PBS39 and Cinema Center, the spotlight is on amateur film and video makers Wednesday with the 5th annual Three Rivers Film Festival.
The 15 short films in this screening represent animation, drama, comedy and music video genres -- providing what event coordinator Todd Grimes calls "great exposure to a variety of different styles and artistic direction."
For a peek "behind the screen," WBOI's Julia Meek met with Grimes and one of the featured animators, Sarah Jones.
New Contemporary Art encompasses a lot of different styles. What they all share is they’ve been developed largely outside of traditional, institutional contexts.
But a new exhibit at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art is blurring those lines - bringing traditional public and street art inside its walls. “Invisible College” includes pieces from all over the world, and five original murals painted right inside the museum.
The project is in partnership with The Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles.
You may not be familiar with the name Mick Foley. But maybe you should be.
Foley is perhaps best known as one of the superstars who launched World Wrestling Entertainment into its most recent surge in popularity. Among fans, his marquee matches are considered among the most exciting in the history of the business, due to his incredible toughness in the ring.