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Babcock to host classic 'Oz' screening, author talk

Babcock to host classic 'Oz' screening, author talk

Former Billings resident Robert Elder is bringing his latest book, “The Film That Changed My Life,” to the Babcock Theatre on Sunday for a reading.

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Enjoy Guide: Movies

Editor’s note: Features and show times are subject to change without notice. Carmike Cinemas in Billings (Shiloh 14 and Wynnsong 10) also offers a movie line at 255-7676 and real-time updates are available online at fandango.com. Vue and Brew also has a movie line at 633-4438, and info can a…

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Film screening set for Thursday at YAM is canceled

The screening of Robin Starbuck’s film, "Iichiilish Daik: Going to the Horses," has been canceled.

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Enjoy Guide: At The Movies

Editor’s note: Features and show times are subject to change without notice. Carmike Cinemas in Billings (Shiloh 14 and Wynnsong 10) also offers a movie line at 255-7676 and real-time updates are available online at fandango.com. Vue and Brew also has a movie line at 633-4438, and info can a…

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Filmmaker turns lens on Crow elder Charlie Real Bird

Filmmaker turns lens on Crow elder Charlie Real Bird

The first time Robin Starbuck heard Charlie Real Bird say, “lichiilish daik,” she had a title for her new film.

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Zombies sought for Montana film, picnic included

Zombies sought for Montana film, picnic included

MISSOULA — After all of the terrifying, exciting and romantic movies about the undead creatures, Montana will have zombie flick filmed right in our own backyard.

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Enjoy Guide: At The Movies

Editor’s note: Features and show times are subject to change without notice. Carmike Cinemas in Billings (Shiloh 14 and Wynnsong 10) also offers a movie line at 255-7676 and real-time updates are available online at fandango.com. Vue and Brew also has a movie line at 633-4438, and info can a…

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Special screening of '50 to 1' coming to Vue and Brew in Laurel

Oscar winner Jim Wilson’s latest film, “50 to 1,” the inspiring true story about legendary Kentucky Derby winner Mine That Bird, opens Friday, June 13 at The Vue and Brew theater in Laurel.

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Foursight: Films that define Montana

Foursight: Films that define Montana

Montana has been depicted in a few noteworthy films over the years, including “Little Big Man,” “A River Runs Through It,” “Nebraska” and the film adaptation of James Welch’s book, “Winter in the Blood,” which is screening June 21 at 1:30 p.m. in Livingston as part of the How It Works festiv…

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Filmmakers documenting changes in the Bakken

Filmmakers documenting changes in the Bakken

Four young filmmakers are documenting the cultural and economic changes happening in Eastern Montana because of the employment surge from the Bakken oil field.

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Editor’s note: Features and show times are subject to change without notice. Carmike Cinemas in Billings (Shiloh 14 and Wynnsong 10) also offers a movie line at 255-7676 and real-time updates are available online at fandango.com. Vue and Brew also has a movie line at 633-4438, and info can a…

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Film finds generational shift in wilderness stewardship; Missoula to host premiere

Film finds generational shift in wilderness stewardship; Missoula to host premiere

When the Wilderness Act was passed 50 years ago, creating a legal definition of wilderness and allowing Congress to designate areas as wilderness, the group pushing for the Wilderness Act had the foresight to set land aside to be protected for future generations.

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Travel film explores Southeast Coast's natural wonders

Travel film explores Southeast Coast's natural wonders

The travel film, “Natural Wonders of the Southeast Coast,” part of the Golden K Kiwanis Travel Film Series, will be screened on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Lewis and Clark Middle School.

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Amusement Park Drive-In opens Friday

The Amusement Park Drive-In at 72nd St. W. and Mossmain Dr., east of Laurel, is opening for the season Friday night. The family-run drive-in, operated by Riley and Vickie Cooke and their daughters, will be open on Friday and Saturday nights until later this spring. Gates open at 5 p.m. Frida…

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Magic City nabs another film project

Magic City nabs another film project

Excitement is building in Billings where scenes from the horror film “A Writer’s Ghost” are being shot.

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Indie feature film 'Falcon Song' shows March 22 at Babcock

Indie feature film 'Falcon Song' shows March 22 at Babcock

Several screenings of “Falcon Song,” a feature-length film shot in part in Billings in 2012, will take place across Montana, including Saturday in Billings.

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Barbados expored in new travel film

Barbados expored in new travel film

The Billings Golden K Kiwanis is presenting the travel film, “Barbados: Island in the Sun,” Thursday at 7 p.m. at Lewis and Clark Middle School.

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Film festival seeks RMC-oriented submissions

Entries for the Rockumentary Film Festival at Rocky Mountain College will be accepted through April 1.

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Top Oscar predictors win prizes

We have some winners!

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Tight Oscar race ends on Sunday

Tight Oscar race ends on Sunday

The 86th annual Academy Awards ceremony is Sunday night on ABC, and 2013 was one of the best years for movies in a long time.

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Enjoy Movie Scene: 'Pompeii' review

Enjoy Movie Scene: 'Pompeii' review

Travis Leer of the The Bucket Movie Reviews gives the Billings Gazette his review of "Pompeii."

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Weekly Webb: Why I would drive 340 miles

Weekly Webb: Why I would drive 340 miles

MISSOULA — Staying true to Dr. John’s description of him as “the best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans has ever produced,” the charismatic James Booker bounced onto the screen Sunday night at the Top Hat Lounge.

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