Joe Berlinger’s documentary The Longest Wave featuring Robby Naish, Kai Lenny, Laird Hamilton, Gerry Lopez and Chuck Patterson, will world premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
The American Film Institute announced today the films that will play in the World Cinema section and the inaugural Documentary section of AFI FEST 2019.
The 27th Hamptons International Film Festival announced their award winners, with the top prizes going to A WHITE, WHITE DAY and OVERSEAS.
Dark Star Pictures will release Angelfish, a New York based coming-of-age romance starring Princess Nokia in her feature film debut.
The European Film Academy announced the four animated feature films nominated for the award EUROPEAN ANIMATED FEATURE FILM 2019.
Just Mercy directed by Destin Daniel Cretton and starring Jamie Foxx, Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson, won the Overall Audience Award at the Mill Valley Film Festival 2019.
Austin Film Festival 2019 has selected Waves by Trey Edward Shults as the fest’s Centerpiece, along with honors for Oscar-and Emmy-nominated producer Sarah Green.
The 39th edition of the Hawaii International Film Festival announced their lineup of 205 films. The festival will open with Jojo Rabbit, the highly anticipated new film from Taika Waititi.
One of the most talked-about films of the year, MONOS directed by Alejandro Landes won the Best Film Award at BFI London Film Festival 2019.
“Elliott Erwitt, Silence Sounds Good”, a portrait of the Iconic photographer Elliott Erwitt by Photographer Adriana Lopez Sanfeliu will have its North American premiere at DOC NYC.
Uncork’d Entertainment released the trailer for Lennert Hillege and Guido van Driel‘s acclaimed Dutch action-drama Bloody Marie, set for release beginning November 1.
Fernando Meirelles’ The Two Popes is the winner of the MIAMI GEMS 2019 Gigi Guermont Audience Award, at Miami Film Festival (MFF)’s annual fall extension.
PERSONHOOD the documentary explores the criminalization of pregnant women as seen through the eyes of a young mother swept up in dangerous new laws, to Premiere of at DOC NYC.
The mystery sci-fi/thriller, The Fare from D.C. Hamilton, starring Gino Anthony Pesi and Brinna Kelly, released the new trailer ahead of the film’s November release.
Rezo, a new film that mixes documentary storytelling and animation, directed by Leo Gabriadze will open in October in Los Angeles.
DOC NYC, documentary festival, announced the tenth anniversary edition lineup of 136 over 300 documentary films making this landmark year DOC NYC’s biggest edition yet.
Napa Valley Film Festival returns this fall for the ninth edition, opening with Just Mercy, a powerful true story, starring Michael B. Jordan, Brie Larson and Jamie Foxx.
John Travolta will receive the Lead Acting Award at the 14th Rome Film Fest for his performance in The Fanatic directed by Fred Durst.
The 8th Portland Film Festival, will screen more than 100 independent films, and open with “Standing Up, Falling Down,” starring Grace Gummer, Ben Schwartz, Eloise Mumford, and Billy Crystal.
The 20th Woodstock Film Festival came to a close with the annual Maverick Awards Ceremony where the top jury prizes went to Swallow, 17 Blocks, and Seneca.
Renée Zellweger will be recognized for her work as Judy Garland in JUDY with the American Riviera Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Gabriela Calvache’s La Mala Noche (The Longest Night), has been selected as Ecuador’s candidate in the International Feature Film competition at the 92nd edition of the Academy Awards.
The psychological thriller The Dark Place, directed by Jody Wheeler, will hit the big screen in New York on October 18 and L.A in November.
Little Joe, the English-language debut of rising director Jessica Hausner is an unsettling sci-fi feature about a mysterious new flower which emits a scent that induces happiness.