“Shoot for the Moon:” Sierra Ferrell performs at Campbell Hall

Known for her blend of country, folk, tango and gypsy music, to name a few, Ferrell has become a breakthrough star for her unique combination of genres and her angelic voice.
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Nowhere: Gregg Araki’s auteur sex infused dramedy

On March 2, the Pollock Theater screened “Nowhere” in collaboration with KCSB as part of the theater’s “CWC Presents: Revisiting the Classics” series.
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SBIFF 2024: Heather Graham’s disastrous second film “Chosen Family” closes out festival

The Santa Barbara International Film Festival closed their festival with the world premiere of "Chosen Family," both starring and directed by Heather Graham.
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ASPB closes out the quarter strong with “Emergency Intercom Live!”

Consisting of duo Enya Umanzor and Drew Phillips, Emergency Intercom is a comedy podcast that covers an array of topics, from pop-culture to internet memes, along with amusing personal stories. 
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“Five Nights at Freddy’s?” More like two hours of mediocrity

After eight years in the making, the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” film finally made it to the silver screen on Oct. 27.
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