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Made in Spokane Film Screening to showcase short films from 13 regional filmmakers

The screening will be held at the Magic Lantern Theater on Thursday.

Filmmaker, Gonzaga professor Matt McCormick to screen two films at Magic Lantern

McCormick, whose work has been screened internationally, including at the Sundance Film Festival, the Museum of Modern Art, the Reykjavik Art Museum, SXSW and the Seattle Art Museum, moved to …

‘Neither Wolf Nor Dog’ returns to Magic Lantern on Monday

“Neither Wolf Nor Dog,” directed by Steven Lewis Simpson, is based on the novel of the same name by Kent Nerburn.

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 31, 2019, 6:24 p.m.

What to watch at the Spokane International Film Festival

SpIFF will be Friday through Feb. 8. For the full festival program and tickets, visit

Spokane International Film Festival announces lineup

Tickets for SpIFF, now in its 21st year, are on sale now.

Spokane musicians lend talents to soundtrack of ‘Gavagai’

“Gavagai” is an internationally themed experimental film with a local link.

Magic Lantern to screen locally filmed romantic thriller ‘The Purple Rose’

The movie, which stars Janel Parrish and Jonah Platt, was filmed in Cheney and Spokane last May.

Magic Lantern fills niche for film fans

After months of speculation about its future, the Magic Lantern Theater, 25 W. Main Ave., recently announced that it was finally reopening this week, and the news inspired a sigh …

‘Exile Nation’ challenges drug policies

Charles Shaw considers himself a former POW of the drug war, a felon turned filmmaker who wants to expose the injustice of the mass incarceration of drug offenders, which he …