The re-imagined 2020 San Diego International Film Festival will open with NOMADLAND, the third feature film from director Chloé Zhao.
The documentary series, CITY SO REAL, an official selection at 2020 Sundance Film Festival, will air in October on National Geographic.
HBO acquired the documentary The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart about the legendary band.
Virtual ‘NIGHTSTREAM’ Genre Film Festival Announces Lineup – Opening with Hulu’s RUN, Closing with MANDIBLES
NIGHTSTREAM, formed as a banner uniting five genre festivals, unveiled its lineup, opening with RUN, starring Sarah Paulson and Kiera Allen.
Following its Premiere at Venice Film Festival, Sony Pictures Classics acquired the dramedy The Duke, starring Jim Broadbent and Helen Mirren.
Aspen Filmfest Announces 2020 Lineup with In Person Screenings of NOMADLAND, TRUFFLE HUNTERS, AMMONITE
Normally held in late September, 2020 Aspen Filmfest moves to October with some of the most buzzed films of the year.
HBO Max has greenlit “Not So Pretty”, a new docuseries from award-winning investigative filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering.
IFC Midnight will release Shawn Linden’s killer-thriller Hunter Hunter, starring Devon Sawa and Nick Stahl in December.
Sony Pictures Classics will release Florian Zeller’s The Father starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman, in theaters in December.
The Iranian film Careless Crime (Jenayat-e bi deghat) by Shahram Mokri will have its North American Premiere at Chicago International Film Festival.
The Indian short film CatDog directed by Ashmita Guha wins the Orona – Nest Award at the 2020 San Sebastian International Film Festival.
”Habitual,” the psychological drug thriller/horror film from director Johnny Hickey comes to theaters and VOD this November, Friday the 13th.