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KIOS at the Movies
Fridays at 8:45am and 4:44pm

Filmmaker & KIOS producer, Joshua LaBure, discusses cinema with a rotating cast of filmmakers, cinephiles and critics.
 
Every Friday! 
 
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Latest Episodes
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, host Joshua LaBure sits down with actor Sierra McCormick, the star of the new film “Edge of Everything.” Plus, Joshua highlights the much anticipated horror film “Longlegs.”
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure, reviews the new film “Cold Blows the Wind.”
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure highlights two newfilms now playing in theaters: A french vampire film “The Vourdalak” (Vor-De-Lack) and the new film “Kinds of Kindness” starring Emma Stone.
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure highlights two new indie films now playing in theaters: “I Used to Be Funny,” starring Rachel Sennott, and the crowd-pleasing comedy “Thelma,” starring June Squibb.
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure discusses the new film "Songs of Earth" with Elijah Hoefer, programming manager at Film Streams.“Songs of Earth” is now playing at Film Streams.
  • Evil Does Not Exist review.
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure highlights three new films. First, the new horror film from Shudder “In a Violent Nature,” a polish dramatic thriller “Silent Land” and the 2015 film “Don’t Look at Me That Way” which just received its first U.S. release…
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, Joshua LaBure discusses the new film from A24 “I Saw the TV Glow” and a new Mongolian coming of age film called “The Sales Girl.”
  • Today on KIOS at the Movies, I'm excited to welcome Taylor Eagan, the programming director at Film Streams. We'll be discussing the stunning 4K restoration of *Le Samouraï*, the 1967 neo-noir masterpiece by the legendary filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville. This restoration brings new life to Melville's atmospheric and meticulously crafted film, showcasing its influence on the genre.