A two-part documentary series illuminating on the rise, fall, and comeback of global icon Tiger Woods is in production and set to air on HBO in December.
The Honeymoon Phase will release in select theaters and digitally on August 21st.
20-year-old Julian Bass became Tik Tok’s latest viral star last week when his superhero-inspired video went viral.
The New York, Venice, Telluride, and Toronto International film festivals have joined together to commit to collaboration in a time of uncertainty.
Shine Your Eyes, the richly textured feature fiction debut of Brazilian filmmaker Matias Mariani, will launch worldwide of Netflix on July 29th.
Fifteen years after the loss of her Olympic gold medal in Sydney, gymnast Andreea Răducan seeks answers to what happened in The Golden Girl releasing digitally on September 1st.
The 77th edition of the Venice Film Festival will take place September 2-12 with some minor changes to comply with Covid-19 protocols.
The documentary feature Pretending I’m A Superman – The Tony Hawk Video Game Story from director Ludvig Gür will have a digital/VOD release on August 18th.
HBO Max greenlights animated series “Young Love,” based on the characters in the Academy Award-winning short film, Hair Love.
Martin Scorsese to Co-Direct Documentary About David Johansen, Legendary Frontman of the New York Dolls
Martin Scorsese along with David Tedeschi will co-direct documentary that profiles David Johansen, the celebrated frontman of the New York Dolls.
STOCKTON ON MY MIND, Documentary on Youngest and First African American Mayor of Stockton, to Debut on HBO
Documentary Stockton on My Mind is a multi-layered story of Michael D. Tubbs Jr., the youngest and first African American Mayor of Stockton, California.
Halle Berry turns down role after listening to concerns from the transgender community with the help of Netflix’s ‘Disclosure’ documentary.
Experience the magic, mysticism, and the love of the iconic queer Latinx astrologer Walter Mercado in the new Netflix Original Documentary Mucho Mucho Amor on July 8th.
The Northwest Film Center and Portland Art Museum will premiere Kelly Reichardt’s First Cow on Thursday, July 9th.
July is off to a good start with the release of some highly anticipated official trailers.
Showtime released the trailer for the documentary The Go-Go’s, chronicling the first all-female band to play its own instruments, write its own songs.
The Stony Brook Film Festival, presented by Island Federal, is proud to present the Emmy-Award Winning Film God Knows Where I Am, on July 25th at 8 pm. The screening will be free and will feature a live Q&A with actress Lori Singer, and director Jedd and Todd Wider.
The UK arts sector will receive $2 billion in government relief after being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. The UK announced over the weekend that emergency grants and loans would protect the country’s museums, galleries, theaters, independent cinemas, heritage sites, and music venues.
‘River City Drumbeat ‘ film from 10-Time Emmy-Winning Filmmaker Marlon Johnson and Award-Winning Filmmaker Anne Flatté will have virtual cinema release starting Friday, August 7.
Earl Cameron, one of Britain’s first breakthrough Black actors, has passed away peacefully in his Kenilworth home on Friday, July 3rd.
This week the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival announced KVIFF 54 1/2 a special four-day event that will be held this November in lieu of this year’s postponed program.
The San Sebastian Film Festival releases the first six films to compete for the Golden Shell at its 68th edition.
In response to the ongoing health crisis, the 2020 Camden International Film Festival and Points North Forum will include a 12-day virtual experience.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has invited 819 to join, including Awkwafina, Natasha Lyonne and Lakeith Stanfield.