This heroic account of the founding of the Israeli Air Force recasts Israel's survival as a victory for American chutzpah.
Hello Everyone, If you still need to see WOMAN IN GOLD, a film that many of our regulars are absolutely loving, you only have until Thursday to see it at THE NEON. On Friday, we will open a new sci-fi film about artificial intelligence - one that seems all the more scary after having heard a story about a similar subject on NPR. EX MACHINA has been garnering rave reviews, and it certainly looks sophisticated and thought provoking...it also holds the record for the biggest opening of 2015 in larger markets. We have our fingers crossed that Dayton audiences are interested! TRUE STORY will … [Read more...]
Ohio author, Ryan Ireland will present his debut novel, Beyond the Horizon. Beyond the Horizon is both a fabled rewritten history of the American West and a critical metaphor of American expansionist period. In frontier America, a man lives with a pregnant woman who is not his wife.
Hello Everyone, If you still need to see THE WRECKING CREW, IT FOLLOWS or WILD TALES, you only have until Thursday (Apr. 16). WOMAN IN GOLD was loved by patrons this weekend, and it will stick around for another week. Many thanks if you hurried out this past weekend to see it! On Friday, we will open a film based on a true story...and guess what, it's called TRUE STORY - starring Jonah Hill, James Franco and Felicity Jones. For this week's remaining showtimes (they're different than the upcoming week - which are listed below), please visit our website at www.neonmovies.com Synopsis for … [Read more...]
A comprehensive look at more than 100 works by American Impressionists from the 1880s through the 1940s, including John Singer Sargent, Mary Cassatt, William Merritt Chase, Childe Hassam, John Twachtman, and many others.
Hello Everyone, If you still need to see THE WRECKING CREW, IT FOLLOWS or WILD TALES, you're in luck. We're going to hold them for one more week (April 16 will be the last day for all three films). In addition, on Friday, we will open a film many of you have been anxious to see - WOMAN IN GOLD. For this week's remaining showtimes (they're different than the upcoming week - which are listed below), please visit our website at www.neonmovies.com Synopsis for WOMAN IN GOLD: "Sixty years after she fled Vienna during World War II, an elderly Jewish woman, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), starts … [Read more...]
Land of Illusion is going Hollywood. Announced today, they have opened the grounds of Land Of Illusion to the film, television and video production industry. The first horror film has already begun filming. Keep an eye out for "The Funhouse Massacre" later this year starring Robert Englund and Clint Howard!
In its 15-year history, ARTSGALA has raised more than $1.75 million to fund over 500 scholarships for students in the fine and performing arts at Wright State University. Everyone benefits from this unique event. Sponsors and patrons join many community friends to enjoy a spectacular evening featuring the best Wright State has to offer in art, music, theatre, dance and motion pictures and the students benefit from the scholarships raised.
Hello Everyone, Earlier today, I made an announcement about WOMAN IN GOLD opening at THE NEON on April 1…that plan has changed. The Weinstein Company has made big changes to their release strategy for WOMAN IN GOLD. After confirming April 1 as its opening date for us, they have yanked it away (from us and numerous other cinemas across the country). At this time, we don't know if we will be able to play the film when it finally becomes available in our market. That said, I have made the appropriate changes to this week's newsletter below. Thanks for your understanding - this is very … [Read more...]
The aim of BeBOP is to provide children first exposure to ballet, opera and the philharmonic orchestra during a week-long day camp filled with experiences designed to encourage creativity and to inspire a life-long love of the arts. Students will learn about and experience all three arts forms and then bring them all together in a culminating performance on the last day of camp. This camp experience will give children greater appreciation for the performing arts and may also inspire them to become participants themselves.