Fantastic Fest 2019 announced its second wave of films, and writer-director Rian Johnson’s hotly anticipated new mystery KNIVES OUT as closing night film.
British actor Tim Roth was lauded with the honorary Heart of Sarajevo Award at the Sarajevo Film Festival.
The award-winning documentary DON’T BE NICE directed by Max Powers that chronicles the upstart Bowery Slam Poetry Team will open in theaters in September.
Knives Out, Rian Johnson’s fresh and modern take on a classic ‘whodunnit’, starring Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, will have its European Premiere at the 63rd BFI London Film Festival
Jamie Foxx, Antonio Banderas, Kerry Washington, Allison Janney Headline TIFF’s In Conversations With
The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival unveiled today its In Conversation With… lineup featuring five remarkable, multi-talented industry heavyweights.
New Films from Yorgos Lanthimos, Yona Rozenkier, Teemu Nikki Among Toronto Film Festival 2019 Short Cuts Lineup
The Toronto International Film Festival celebrates diversity with 35 international short films rounding out its Short Cuts lineup, including Nimic, a drama by Yorgos Lanthimos starring Matt Dillon.
An irreplaceable filmmaker’s final feature, a look at the future of our seas, and a retelling of an important Inuk story are among Special Events at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
The 2019 Toronto International Film Festival highlights the works of Indigenous filmmakers including Alanis Obomsawin (Abenaki), who comes to TIFF with Jordan River Anderson, The Messenger.
Director Mati Diop has received the honor of being the inaugural recipient of the Mary Pickford Award to be presented at the TIFF Tribute Gala at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
Pedro Almodóvar’s Pain and Glory will open the Miami Film Festival’s fall season extension, Miami Film Festival GEMS 2019.
The European Film Academy announced the 46 films on this year’s EFA Feature Film Selection, films recommended for a nomination for the European Film Awards 2019.
THE SONG OF NAMES Starring Tim Roth, Catherine McCormack and Clive Owen, will Close 67th San Sebastian Festival
The international premiere of The Song of Names, starring Tim Roth, Catherine McCormack and Clive Owen, will close the Official Selection at 2019 San Sebastian Festival.
Film at Lincoln Center announced its holiday series, a career-spanning retrospective of Agnès Varda, the most comprehensive survey to date of the late filmmaker’s vast canon.
Filmmaker Costa-Gavras will receive the second Donostia Award at the 67th edition of the San Sebastian Festival.
For its 15th edition, Camden International Film Festival will present 38 features, 50 short films, and 16 virtual reality and immersive experiences from over 35 countries.
See first images from writer-director Miles Doleac latest film, The Dinner Party, described as a wickedly delish slice of horror, starring Bill Sage, Lindsay Anne Williams, Jeremy London.
Actors Regina Hall, David Oyelowo and Yvette Nicole Brown will share their creative journeys as they headline the 10th BronzeLens Film Festival (BronzeLens)
Filmmaker Aaron Schimberg’s Chained For Life which World Premiere at BAM cinemaFEST 2018 will open in theaters in September.
HollyShorts Film Festival announced their top prizes for their landmark 15th year with “Balloon,” starring PEN15’s Jonah Beres taking home the Best Short Film Grand Prix.
The Venezuelan horror thriller The Whistler (El silbón: orígenes) directed by Gisberg Bermúdez, based on a popular South American folk tale, will open in the US in September.
Reeling LGBTQ film festival kicks off the 37th edition in the Fall in Chicago with an exciting slate of 35 features and 13 shorts programs, nearly all of them Chicago premieres.
With support from Sundance Institute, Jacqueline Olive’s Always in Season, winner of a Special Jury Prize for Moral Urgency at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival will be released in Fall 2019.
VITALINA VARELA by Pedro Costa was awarded the top prize, the Pardo d’oro (Golden Leopard) at the 72nd edition of the Locarno Film Festival.
Six debut films, have been selected for Films in Progress 36, an initiative of San Sebastian Festival and Cinélatino, Rencontres de Toulouse with the purpose of supporting Latin American cinema.