Directors Bernardo and Mallorca said, “Sexually abused at 12 years old by a priest in his New Jersey parish, Dave Ohlmuller set out on a sprawling solo bicycle ride from Chicago to New York to inspire other Survivors to come forward and tell their own stories, as well as educate the masses (and himself) on the impacts of this scourge.”
Amanda Kramer’s “vivid variety show riff” Give Me Pity! stars Sophie von Haselberg as Sissy St. Claire.
Fran Kranz’s Mass won multiple honors including Best Ensemble and Best Supporting Actress for Ann Dowd.
Showtime released the official trailer for We Need to Talk About Cosby, the docuseries on Bill Cosby from Emmy-winning director W. Kamau Bell.
Films include The Girl in the Straw Hat directed by David J. Schultz and The Last Frankenstein directed by David Weaver.
Mexico’s FAUNA by Nicolás Pereda Named Best Latin American Film of the Year at Cinema Tropical Awards
The Mexican film Fauna by Nicolás Pereda won the top award for Best Latin American Film of the Year at the 12th Cinema Tropical Awards.
ESPN 30 for 30 documentary series “The Tuck Rule” examines one of the most controversial plays in sports history.
Naomi Watts stars in The Desperate Hour, an intense, riveting thriller as a mother racing desperately against time to save her child.
Chilean-born, Montreal-based composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer will receive Miami Film Festival’s Art of Light Award.
The Mexican film Prayers For the Stolen won both the FIPRESCI and Ibero-American Award Prizes at the 33rd Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Eighteen films including Call Jane starring Elizabeth Banks, Sigourney Weaver will compete at the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival.
The psychedelic coming-of-age horror film Honeycomb, the feature debut from 21-year old filmmaker Avalon Fast will World Premiere at Slamdance Film Festival.