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Kids grow up so fast these days, you know? One day Aksarben Cinema is just opening their doors, the next they’re working to keep the Rwandan genocide a part of our collective memory. It seems like just yesterday, little Film Streams was a baby nonprofit. Now they’re engaging in community discussion about important queer narratives and analyzing Shakespearean masterworks. Why, they’re going to be driving and going to...


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Some exciting things are afoot down at Film Streams this summer. So get ahead of what’s afoot by using your eyes:

Together with Lincoln Financial Foundation, the Ruth Sokolof Theater is showing their “Forever Young Family & Children’s Series Spring 2016” series. I’m pretty sure you don’t actually have to have a family or children to go, which is good, because I don’t have the latter and deny having the former! But...


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I don’t think in a million years I expected the news I’m about to report. It’s too good. It’s impossibly good. It’s so good I had to make sure I was reading it right before reaction. Film Streams, one of the best things to ever happen to Omaha in my book, has been given The Dundee Theater by The Sherwood Foundation. If you need some time, take it. I know I did. My first cover story ever was about The Dundee and its...


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