Tag Archive: film

Nov 13

Laugh at Liberty Hall

Comedian Henry Cho is coming to perform at Liberty Hall on Nov. 16 at 8 p.m. Cho, who is of Korean American descent, was born and raised in Knoxville and went into stand-up comedy in 1986. He often uses his childhood experiences as an Asian-American in the South as a basis for his comedy. Cho’s …

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Apr 10

Human trafficking

It’s her eyes and innocent face that first grab your heart. At least they grabbed mine. Annika, a delicate young girl, has been unwittingly handed into virtual slavery by her homeless father. Sweatshop labor and sex-for-sale portend a bleak future. She seems precious, blameless, so undeserving of this hell. But life is cheap for an …

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Jul 30

Park service makes (up) history

By Gary Hardaway During a visit to Yellowstone National Park a few weeks ago, my wife and I viewed an educational film concerning national park history. Yellowstone was the first to be established, signed into existence by President Ulysses Grant in 1872. Today there are 397 park areas reaching from Maine to Hawaii to Alaska. …

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Jul 21

Tyler Film Festival looms

A July 28 launch party for filmmakers and film aficionados will kick off efforts leading toward the second annual Downtown Tyler “Show Us Your Shorts” Film festival. The event is set for 6 to 8 p.m. at Gallery Main Street at 110 W. Erwin. Filmmakers, supporters of independent films, potential volunteers and sponsors are all …

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Sep 21

Film festival tickets on sale

Tickets for the inaugural Downtown Tyler “Show Us Your Shorts” Film Festival are now available at www.tylerfilmfest.com. The festival is set for Oct. 12-15 at Liberty Hall, 103 E. Erwin. Prices range from $7.50 to $50, and all nightly tickets provide the holder a full evening’s entertainment, said Beverly Abell, department leader for the City …

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