Algeria has selected Mounia Meddour’s debut feature Papicha as its candidate for nomination in the newly renamed International Feature Film category of the 2020 Oscars.
Is That You? (¿Eres tú, papá?), the gripping and suspenseful debut feature by filmmaker Rudy Riverón Sánchez and the first psychological horror film made in Cuba, will be released in the US.
The poster and trailer dropped today for Palestinian and Israeli comedy Tel Aviv on Fire, from Palestinian director Sameh Zoabi. Tel Aviv on Fire opens in theaters in the US on August 2.
The ten films which make up the Official Selection of the 2019 edition of the LUX Prize Competition was unveiled at the 54th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.
The Argentine film Rojo directed by Benjamín Naishtat winner of the Silver Shell Awards and Jury Award at the San Sebastián Film Festival will open on Friday, July 12 in the US.
Tel Aviv on Fire, a refreshing comedy about the Israeli Palestinian reality, from New York based Israeli Director Sameh Zoabi, will open in theaters on August 2nd.
Big World Pictures will release Radu Jude’s “I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians” Romania’s official selection for the 2019 Academy Awards (Best Foreign Language Film).
Sony Pictures Classics will release Aquarela, the multi-sensorial experience from director Victor Kosskaovsky that premiered at the 2018 Venice Film Festival.
SFFILM announced the lineup for the ninth annual Hong Kong Cinema series, taking place July 12 to 14 at New People Cinema and the Roxie Theater in San Francisco.
Kino Lorber will release The Chambermaid (La camarista), the auspicious and engaging film debut by Mexican director-actress-dramatist Lila Avilés.
Get the first look at the trailer for The Shepherd directed by László Illés, a historical drama taking place in Hungarian territory occupied by the Nazi’s in 1944.
That was fast. Netflix has acquired Cannes Grand Prix Winner Atlantics directed by Mati Diop and Cannes Critics’ Week Award Winner, the animated film, I Lost My Body directed by Jérémy Clapin.
he Reports on Sarah and Saleem is a riveting, suspenseful drama of an extra marital affair between a Palestinian man and an Israeli woman. It’s not long before the affair becomes a spy sensation.
After world premiering at the 2018 Toronto Film Festival, Ever After (Endzeit) directed by Carolina Hellsgård will open theatrically at the IFC Center in New York on June 21.
Dominga Sotomayor’s Too Late to Die Young (Tarde para morir joven) starring trans actor Demian Hernández as Sofía, and inspired by the director’s own childhood, opens on Friday, May 31.
SICK, SICK, SICK by Brazilian Director Alice Furtado to World Premiere at Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes
Sick Sick Sick (Sem seu sangue) by Brazilian director Alice Furtado will have its World Premiere at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs (Directors’ Fortnight) in Cannes.
The Road to Mother (Anaga aparar jol), Kazakhstan’s official submission for the 2017 Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film will be released in theaters in the U.S. on May 10, 2019.
The powerful film Sobibor tells the true story of the only successful revolt in a Nazi death camp during World War II.
The Brazilian horror film Cannibal Club, directed by Guto Parente, will premiere in North America this March, opening in theaters on March 1st and available On Demand March 5th.
The Iranian black comedy Pig (Khook) that world premiered at the 2018 Berlin Film Festival, opened in New York on February 1, to be followed by Los Angeles on February 15.
WORKING WOMAN is an absorbing Israeli drama about a young mother and wife struggling with sexual harassment in the workplace
Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi’s stunning new humanist drama, 3 FACES, will open in New York on Friday, March 8 at the IFC Center followed by a national rollout.
Ronny Sen’s Cat Sticks, about junkies in Kolkata, which is set to world premiere at the 2019 Slamdance Film Festival, released the official poster and trailer.
THE COMPETITION, Claire Simon’s Thrilling Portrait of La Fémis Film School, Opens Friday, Feb. 22 in NY
Claire Simon’s The Competition (Le Concours), the thrilling observational portrait of French film school La Fémis, opens Friday, February 22nd in New York at Metrograph.