The Oxford Film Festival will host a showing of the Sundance Film Festival favorite “Walking Out” at 7 p.m. tonight at the Malco Oxford Commons Cinema...

I never knew how much I needed a movie like “Wonder Woman” until I watched it. “Wonder Woman,” directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot,...

Winners from last November’s UM Cinema Competition will make their debut on the big screen at the UM Cinema Festival at 7 p.m. today and tomorrow...

Remarkable Oxonian and creator of “Endo What?,” Shannon Cohn, has lived from coast to coast, but nothing hits closer to home than the battle...

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Sam Green speaks at Honors Convocation at the Ford Center Wednesday, March 8. (Photo by Cindy Nguyen) When award-winning filmmakers...

Courtesy IMBd.com Mississippi is a mysterious place. Thick woods and gnarly beds of kudzu hide all sorts of secrets in their dark green leaves. This year...

Photo Courtesy of Oxfordfilmfest.com Danny Glover, the actor best known for his work in the “Lethal Weapon” franchise, will be coming to Oxford to...

As the Oscars near, it is important to remember some films that may have been overlooked in the past. “My Life as a Dog” is a Swedish-language film that almost flawlessly captures the innocence, pain and turmoil of growing up. “My Life as a Dog” earned director Lasse Hallström a Best Director nomination at the 60th Academy Awards in 1988. This is of particular...

For avid moviegoers like University of Mississippi student Johnna Jordan, the movies showing in Oxford are important, especially during awards season. “There...

Imagine growing up being fairly certain you don’t exist. You’ve never seen anyone like you. Not in movies, not in books, not in songs. You’re struggling...