SCAD Savannah Film Fest: Producer Alison Owen talks female perspective, sexual harassment in Hollywood
As a pioneer in producing music videos for television, Alison Owen has stories to tell of breaking into and surviving the film industry as a female producer. Through the years, her many challenges did include sexual harassment, a hot topic coming out of Hollywood.
If you’re walking down Broughton Street and think you see Sir Patrick Stewart, don’t assume you’ve been out in the sun too long.
Tybee Post Theater will pay homage to one of the most innovative and influential American musicians to date.
With a masquerade party, drag queen-led trolley tours, a free family party and concert in Ellis Square and more, this year’s Savannah Pride Festival is bringing the fun downtown with something for everybody.
Ryan Graveface is all about the horror.
Over two years ago, two SCAD graduates moved into a house in midtown Savannah with the intention of creating a DIY queer safe space “to foster alternative perspectives and emerging experience of art for social action.”
Congregation Mickve Israel and Savannah’s Jewish community commemorate the 29th year of one of the city’s most anticipated events, the Shalom Y’all Jewish Food Festival, on Oct. 29.
Savannah Book Festival announces Diana Gabaldon, Lisa Ko, Jodi Picoult as headlining authors for 2018
The Savannah Book Festival has announced three headlining authors for the 2018 festival, running Feb. 15-18 at locations throughout downtown Savannah.
Do editor Heather Henley joins WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
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I’m thrilled to announce that a few weeks from now on Nov. 10, the Lucas plays host to a major fundraising event for the newly rebooted Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah.
Country music’s most celebrated songwriter is still breaking the rules, touring nonstop and recording new music.
Nestled in the southeast corner of Savannah, Isle of Hope is a place that remains undiscovered by many residents, which is why the Isle of Hope Historical Association celebrates each year with its Arts & Music Fest, set for Oct. 21.
Although the Savannah music community has long been imbued with talented female musicans, rarely does the city get to experience a women-centric musical showcase.
For all of the time we share in this space almost year-round about the Savannah Food & Wine Festival, it is not lost on me that most of you (us) are procrastinators.
Musician Trae Gurley says he thinks his upcoming “How Great Thou Art” concert will attract Elvis Presley fans, but he also sees the event as a big draw for “church-going people who just want to hear really great gospel music.”
It’s been almost 20 years since Peelander-Z landed on planet Earth.