The Brazilian film The Fever (A Febre), the debut fiction feature from Brazilian director Maya Da-Rin will open in virtual cinemas nationwide in March.
Norway’s Oscar entry HOPE is based on the true events and experiences of director Maria Sødahl (Limbo, 2010) whose terminal cancer diagnosis led to a nine-year hiatus from filmmaking.
Capelight Pictures releases the Russian WWII action drama 1942: Unknown Battle directed by I. Kopylov on March 2nd on digital and DVD.
Russian Distributor Central Partnership Unveils Slate of New Films – ‘The World Champion’ ‘December’ ‘White Snow’
Russian distributor Central Partnership kicks off 2021 with new films including The World Champion, December, The Ice Demon, and Row 19.
Super LTD will release Jasmila Žbanić’s Quo Vadis, Aida?, Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Official Entry for the Academy Awards.
Samuel Goldwyn Films will release the World War II drama “The Good Traitor” starring Ulrich Thomsen in theaters and VOD in March.
Courage is an inspiring and encouraging documentary about the peaceful uprising of the people of Belarus
10-year-old Dara (Biljana Cekic) must save her baby brother from being taken away by a murderous Ustase soldier in a new clip from Serbian Holocaust drama Dara of Jasenovac.
Set within a bright, colorful supermercado in São Paulo, Brazil, this charming, funny documentary glides through a seemingly endless array of vibrantly designed shelves and displays, but it’s the store’s employees who take center stage.
Night of the Kings follows a young man on his first night in the infamous Ivorian prison, “La Maca.”
The Disciple is the story of Sharad Nerulkar, who devoted his life to becoming an Indian classical music vocalist,
Watch the trailer for Jumbo, the bizarre “love story” indie film from Sundance Film Festival, starring Noémie Merlant.
DARA OF JASENOVAC Trailer – Holocaust-era Drama and Serbia’s Oscar Submission Sets February Release Date
Watch the official trailer and a ‘behind-the-scenes look’ featurette for Dara of Jasenovac, the Serbian Holocaust-era drama.
Naomi Kawase’s TRUE MOTHERS, Japan’s Oscar Entry for Best International Film, Premieres in January Via Virtual Cinema
Naomi Kawase’s emotive drama True Mothers, Japan’s Oscar entry for the best international film, premieres via virtual cinema in January.
The gripping Mexican border thriller, Identifying Features from debut filmmaker Fernanda Valadez will open in January in virtual cinemas nationwide.
Japan Society announced the online film series 21st Century Japan: Films from 2001-2020 streaming on Virtual Cinema in February.
NOTTURNO Trailer – Gianfranco Rosi’s Masterpeice Documentary Selected as Italy’s Oscar Entry Sets a January Release Date
Watch the trailer for the documentary Notturno, directed by Gianfranco Rosi, and selected as Italy’s official Oscar entry.
Paula Hernández’s The Sleepwalkers has been selected as Argentina’s candidate in the International Feature Film competition at the 93rd Academy Awards.
YOU WILL DIE AT TWENTY, Sudan’s Very First Oscar Entry for Best International Film, Opens in Virtual Cinema in January
You Will Die At Twenty, Sudan’s very first Oscar entry for Best International Feature Film, will open in virtual cinema on January 22, 2021.
ONCE UPON A TIME IN VENEZUELA, Venezuela’s Official Oscar Submission, Sets a December 31 Release Date
Once upon a time, the Venezuelan village of Congo Mirador was prosperous, alive with fishermen and poets. Now it is decaying and disintegrating.
Nina Hoss and Lars Eidinger star in the Swiss drama, My Little Sister opening in virtual cinema on January 15, 2021.
Listen selected to represent Portugal in the Best International Feature Film race at the 93rd Academy Awards, was rejected.
IFC Films will release Moffie, Oliver Hermanus’ queer war film set against the backdrop of the Apartheid-era South African Border War.
The WWI epic drama Blizzard of Souls, and Latvia’s official Oscar submission will open in virtual cinema in the U.S. in January 2021.