In this interview, writer/director John Henry Summerour discusses using the Tri-State Crematory scandal as the inspiration for Sahkanaga, an indie drama shot in Walker County. Also, Summerour explains how he got North Georgia residents to participate in a film about events they'd rather forget.
Iron Labs offers gamers a place to gather and play together.
RiverCity's Project Popup retail incubator brought new businesses to Chestnut Street, including restaurants, art stores and a video game center where customers can spar on consoles with giant, immersive screens. The grand opening celebration happens Friday, September 21st.
In this segment, we talk to Darren Moorman, a Chattanooga resident who co-produced Unconditional, a new feature film opening nationwide on September 21st. We also speak with Joe Bradford, the Nashville man whose life story was the inspiration.
Great ideas can turn into great businesses if you have the initiative and knowledge to make your dream a reality. For people living below the poverty line a goal like that can seem impossible. LAUNCH is a nonprofit organization that works to empower individuals make that step from dreamer to entrepreneur.
'Man In The Attic,' starring Jack Palance as Jack The Ripper, will be screened Oct. 19th
Classic noir films (such as Jack Palance's role as Jack the Ripper in 'Man In The Attic') will be screened at the Heritage House throughout the fall. Also, the Heritage House will host Open Screen Night, an evening of short, independent films presented by Chattamovies, on September 22nd.
Six teams of architects created six concept designs to improve various city blocks and neighborhoods downtown. It was part of a year-long contest called The Urban Design Challenge. In this segment, we discuss what it would take to make these designs real.
Michelle Stratton, a Red Bank sophomore, loves singing country music. She's been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a condition that affects her lungs and impairs her breathing. Despite that, she sings loud and proud. Saturday, August 25th, she'll sing country music hits at the UTC Fine Arts Center. The concert is free and open to the public.
Hannibal Buress has written for Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock and performed stand-up comedy around the world, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. On August 30th, he'll headline the Vaudeville Cafe. Buress’s style of comedy is steeped in commentary on everyday life.