Local Filmmakers Feature Film "Down And Yonder" In Chattanooga

Monday, December 29, 2014

Cindicate Productions has filmed all of their short films in and around the Chattanooga area and has recently completed another short film called "Phantom Marks" that the company is hoping will go on a festival run starting at the Chattanooga Film Festival. Last year their short film "The Future West" debuted there. 

Cindicate Productions will start an indiegogo campaign on Feb. 2 with their feature film "Down And Yonder" that will be filming in Chattanooga and surrounding areas and using local Chattanooga talent starting July 25.  They are hoping to raise $30,000 for the film. 

For more information visit http://www.cindicateproductions.com/.  


CSO Presents Annual Home For The Holidays Family Concert

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker Brings The World To The Stage Christmas Eve

Chattanoogan Who Had Success On American Idol Releases Unique Chattanooga Christmas Tune


The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera will present Home for the Holidays on Saturday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 22, at 3 p.m. at the Tivoli Theatre. Sponsored by First Horizon ... (click for more)

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is in more than 140 cities in the U.S. and Canada, with three simultaneously performing companies, from Nov. 1 through Dec. 30. The Great Russian Nutcracker ... (click for more)

Ryder Pierce can be found at places like the Camp House on MLK Boulevard, singing in front of small audiences at coffee shops around Chattanooga. But after a brush with American Idol and a year ... (click for more)


Entertainment

CSO Presents Annual Home For The Holidays Family Concert

The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera will present Home for the Holidays on Saturday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 22, at 3 p.m. at the Tivoli Theatre. Sponsored by First Horizon Foundation, this family event features guest conductor David Torns, the Metropolitan Bells, the CSO Chorus & Orchestra, and vocals from Signal Mountain native and internationally acclaimed ... (click for more)

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker Brings The World To The Stage Christmas Eve

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is in more than 140 cities in the U.S. and Canada, with three simultaneously performing companies, from Nov. 1 through Dec. 30. The Great Russian Nutcracker will be in Chattanooga Christmas Eve Tuesday, Dec. 24, at the Tivoli Theatre for noon and 4 p.m. matinees. Get tickets at www.nutcracker.com/your-city . Review for the Moscow Ballet's ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Motorcyclist Seriously Injured As County School Bus Fails To Yield

A motorcyclist was seriously injured on Thursday afternoon in a collision with a Hamilton County school bus. Police said the driver of bus number 389 was cited for failing to yield to the motorcyclist and failing to exercise due care. The bus was going north on S. Hawthorne Street on its way to pick up students. No students were on the bus at the time. The motorcyclist ... (click for more)

Lookout Mountain, Ga., Council Chooses Builder For Town Center; To Issue RFP For Commercial Portion; Trail Named For Super Volunteer Campbell

The Lookout Mountain, Ga., Town Council on Thursday night selected a builder for the long-awaited Town Center and also moved to issue an RFP for a developer for the planned commercial part of the center. Mayor David Bennett, saying next year will be a banner one for the town, said the Town Center, 12 years in the making, is on schedule to be built during the year. Ground breaking ... (click for more)

Opinion

Don't Stem The Tide Of Refugees In Tennessee - And Response

The Trump Administration has released a new executive order that could change the way that the refugee resettlement program is run in the United States. The first - and most shocking - change that is being implemented is the huge drop in refugees being allowed in the country. For the past decade, on average, around 80,000 to 90,000 refugees have been admitted per year. According ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: So Long ‘Til Next Time

There is a famous class that I’ve heard about years at Sewanee, one that is eagerly anticipated in the theology halls of the Episcopal seminary, where those hopeful of becoming priests must come to grips with one of life’s most daunting realities. Through the years I’ve talked to several of my friends who deeply appreciated the lessons because men and women of faith are each forced ... (click for more)