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'Tom & Jerry' is the latest live-action/CGI movie featuring everyone’s favourite cat-and-mouse duo; beloved cartoon characters created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera almost...
In a year like 2020, keeping Christmas traditions alive is particularly important. At the Camana Bay Cinema, that means offering its annual showings of the...
After months of no new releases to theatres, studios are finally starting to premiere their latest blockbusters on the big screen once again. It's not...
This Monday locals will be able to view Mercury making its way across the face of the sun this Monday.
Bollywood lovers will be happy to see that there are no fewer than three films from those particular studios this month, covering everything from action to romance.
The next couple of months of Culture at the Cinema steer away from Shakespeare to turn towards modern dramas.
When a play is called ‘The Tragedy of King Richard the Second’, chances are good that there are limited laughs to be had.
There is a definite mix of movies to see at the cinema in April. From horror to comedy and a bit of action thrown in, you’ll find something to suit your taste in the lineup.
Culture at the Cinema has certainly been all about the Bard in the past year, so it is nice to see a shift in subject matter.
January is always a time for a mixed bag of films. Even though it is typically a month where nary a blockbuster will be found, sometimes a gem or two will surprise you.
There aren’t as many Christmas films as you might expect in December. In fact, it seems there is no rest for superheroes and Marvel and DC both have skin in the game this month with the animated feature “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse” opening a week before “Aquaman
Well, things are certainly heating up at the box office this month. Barely off the high of “A Star is Born” and “Venom” (which I have to say, I really enjoyed, so the critics need to lighten up), we enter November where things open with “Bohemian Rhapsody” – the story of Freddie Mercury and the band Queen.
Film lovers, take note. Poinciana returns to Camana Bay Cinema with the Poinciana Film Festival on Nov. 3 for one night only. Enjoy an evening of Caymanian cinema, music and art while learning about local filmmakers and their craft.
This weekend, we have new and old music from Barefoot Man with the release of his latest CD. Then check out Cayman's amateur mixologists as they prepare for an epic match.
This week, discover how one young man used artificial intelligence to detect invasive lionfish. Or take a tour of the Cayman Spirits Co. and learn about ocean-aged rum.
In this edition of The Weekender, get some cocktail inspiration from the Stoli Master Todd Shipster of Cracked Conch. Or enjoy Culture at the Cinema, with a showing of the timeless ballet, Giselle. For foodies, we have a review of Agua restaurant, now located in Camana Bay.
I have to say, I love my movies, but when I saw the list for August, I was scratching my noggin a little. Very few of the titles looked familiar, and I wondered if August was where flicks without much future went to die.
Team Cayman is bringing vocalists, dancers, models and actors to the World Competition of Performing Arts. The Caymanian talent doesn't stop there; KAABOO is making a call for local performers to participate in the festival.
If summer is supposed to be all about the action movies, then things are certainly kicking off with a bang in July.
It is going to be difficult to top May’s film releases, the month that saw the latest “Star Wars” film and the much-anticipated premiere of the “Deadpool” sequel. That being said, there is plenty to divert (as Jane Austen would say) in June.
“Until 20,” the inspiring story of a teenage cancer patient working to save others, will be shown at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 31, at Camana Bay Cinema.
CayFilm may not be going ahead this year, but the show must go on, as they say. Local filmmaker Pascal Pernix whose short film “Unwritten” was screened at CayFilm 2017 will be premiering his newest creation, “Canvas,” at the Camana Bay Cinema for two showings only this Saturday.
Vicki Wheaton discusses this weekend's "best bets."
Organizer Ronnie Hughes of The Cayman Martial Arts Academy is once again hosting a special screening at Camana Bay Cinema, sponsored by Dart, with all proceeds going to the Centre.
Some much anticipated films arrive at the cinema in the next month, including the return of the Avengers in “Infinity War,” “Deadpool 2” and “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” which explores the origins of Han Solo.
It's Vicki Wheaton again and that means, it's the weekend. She shares Cayman's upcoming events, including a must-see exhibition from artist Yonier Powery at Awardart Gallery and Slow Food Day at Camana Bay.
If you kicked yourself for missing Benedict Cumberbatch’s “Hamlet” when it was first shown at the Camana Bay Cinema, it is time to rejoice.
Okay, we’re cheating a bit here because technically we’re still in March, but as it’s the Easter Weekend coming up, we figured you’d want a refresher on what you can catch at the cinema.
The month of March brings lots of variety to the big screen, from the animated flick “Peter Rabbit” to the reboot of the Charles Bronson classic “Death Wish,” this time starring Bruce Willis as the protagonist.
Weekender Editor Vicki Wheaton is cuckoo for Coco Fest, happening this Saturday at Pedro St. James. There are also must-see events at the cinema, and an early preview of an upcoming private concert featuring celebrated singer-songwriter Patty Griffin.
It really is a mixed bag of films coming up this month. Not saying that some are bad and some are good, but I’ve got my concerns about a couple of them.
One of the most exciting arts events in the Cayman Islands, the 2018 Cayman Arts Festival, will take place next week, with a raft of international and local musical talent waiting to entertain local audiences.
January was once known as the month where bad horror movies went to die, but 2017 completely changed that thinking.
Those who have been hoping that the Bolshoi’s version of “The Nutcracker” ballet would be returning to Camana Bay Cinema will be delighted to hear that it is back on Dec. 24.
Here's what's playing on the big screen in December.
Regal Cinemas Camana Bay Stadium 6 will be rebranded next month as “Camana Bay Cinema,” the Dart Enterprises company Active Capital Ltd. announced on Wednesday.