Augusta’s film future looks brighter as a movie producer announced plans to bring a studio to the area.
Maurice Johnson, a Glenn Hills High School graduate, has made his career in film and TV. His latest film screens Sept. 9 a the Miller Theater.
Movie-goers sometimes come dressed in character for the Movies at the Miller series.
Publisher Charmain Z. Brackett attended the screening of “The Hill” Aug. 23.
Actor and comedian Lorenzo Williams looks forward to seeing “The Hill” on the big screen. The baseball underdog movie heads to theaters Aug. 24.
The Black Cat Picture Show concluded Aug. 20 with an awards ceremony that honored the work of one Augusta filmmaker.
Dacre Stoker, an Aiken resident and leading expert on his great grand uncle Bram Stoker, who wrote the classic novel, gives a thumbs-up to the Last Voyage of the Demeter which has an Aug. 11 release date.
The Black Cat Picture Show will be at Le Chat Noir starting Aug. 17
Aiken native Jason Conley has always loved comics. He’s collected them, owned a comics shop and now he writes them.
A thriller shot in Augusta earlier this year airs July 28 on Tubi.