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The Orpheum announced the launch of a new year-round series, Movies at the Orpheum, presented by Orion Federal Credit Union. The first three films have been revealed and more titles will be announced throughout the year.

The change comes as the Orpheum’s summer calendar grows increasingly booked with Broadway, concerts, and other special events.

General admission tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for children 12 and under. Packages of 10 tickets will be available through the Orpheum box office for $65 and may be used for a single movie or spread throughout the series.

Movie lineup so far:

  • Friday, January 11 7 pm – Singin’ in the Rain (Rated G)
  • Friday, March 15 7 pm – Space Jam (PG)
  • Friday, April 26 7 pm –  Walk the Line (PG-13)

The Orpheum will be celebrating Memphis’ bicentennial with the screening of Walk the Line which features the historic Orpheum Theatre along with other local landmarks. Dates and films will be added throughout the year. Please visit for the most up to date information.

Get more info and buy tickets here.

Follow the Orpheum on their Facebook page for updates.

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101 Things To Do In Memphis #80: Indie Memphis Youth Film Festival

by Melissa Thompson

Come to the 2nd annual Youth Film Fest. You'll see films by young Memphis filmmakers Take part in workshops led by filmmaking professionals. And enjoy presentations by well-known Hollywood directors. Plus meet other student film lovers.

Saturday, Sept. 9th at The Halloran Centre at the Orpheum

Click here to see the full slate of workshops and screenings, including presentations from 'Tarzan' writer and 'Hustle & Flow director Craig Brewer, and 'Ace Ventura' and 'The Nutty Professor' director Tom Shadyac!

Lunch and dinner provided by Aldo’s and Central BBQ

All students between grades 7 & 12 can attend for FREE.

Our Festival Prizes:

*Grand Prize Winner receives:
a full day production package from VIA Productions with equipment and crew, valued at $4000, to produce their next short film.
$500 in cash
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Invitation to screen at the Indie Memphis Film Festival in November

**Audience Award:
$500 in cash
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***Shangri-La Project Award:
$250 in cash

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Father's Day 2012

by Your Key to Memphis Team

Do not forget Father's Day is this Sunday, June 17. Take the time to honor your father and celebrate all he has done for you. Spend the day with your father and tell him how much you appreciate him. If you are looking for something to do with your father or a gift idea, we have put together a few ideas. 

Father’s Day Events

Friday, June 15th

Saturday, June 16th

  • Go to a Farmers' Market and cook a fabulous meal!  (or let dad grill it all!)
  • Garden Family Day at the Dixon from 10am-2pm, free.  Create original works of art, participate in unique contests and dance to live music.
  • Splish Splash Birthday Bash at CMOM, 10am-1pm.  Celebrate the museum's 22nd birthday with a wet and wild party!
  • Chalk It Up for Le Bonheur at The Shops of Saddle Creek from 10am-6pm.  Chalk-drawing competition, artists' market, food trucks, children's art activities.
  • The Memphis Redbirds play at 6:05pm, with fireworks after the game
  • Levitt Shell free outdoor concert at 7:30pm

Sunday, June 17th

Make Something for Dad

  • Head over to Bass Pro Shops for a craft on Saturday or Sunday.
  • Michael's is offering dad-focused crafts on Friday and Saturday
  • Pick up a hand-print kit at Michael's or Hobby Lobby
  • Make dad a photo album of the past year

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