Khadar Ayderus Ahmed’s The Gravedigger’s Wife won the NDR narrative Film Prize and Interfilm Church Prize at the 63rd Nordische Filmtage.
rePRO by mama.film, a new five-day virtual film festival dedicated to exploring women’s reproductive healthcare, August 12-16.
Pablo Aura Langer’s “Influencia” starring Alejandra Cárdenas, Marco Zapata, Gerardo Taracena and Veronica Langer has won over a dozen awards internationally in different festivals.
Penélope Cruz will receive the Donostia Award – recognizing the career and contribution of great figures to the world of cinema – at the 67th San Sebastian Festival, and her image is featured on the Festival poster.
THE GO-GO’S, an upcoming documentary about the most successful female rock band of all time, will feature candid interviews and archival footage to tell the real story of their meteoric rise to fame.
Berlin International Film Festival selected three industry professionals for the International Short Film Jury in 2019 to award the Golden and the Silver Bear as well as Audi Short Film Award.
The supernatural mystery/thriller Beyond the Night, the directorial debut from writer/director Jason Noto will be released in theaters on January 11, 2019.
Berlin Film Festival Reveals First Films in 2019 Panorama Program, Featuring Jonah Hill, Tilda Swinton
Berlin Film Festival today revealed the first 22 films in the 2019 Panorama program, including directorial debuts from actors Jonah Hill and Alexander Gorchilin.
The Hate U Give leads this year’s winners of the 2nd Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society Awards with a total of four awards including Best Picture.
Watch 6 Video Clips from A PRIVATE WAR starring Rosamund Pike as War Correspondent Marie Colvin [Videos]
Aviron Pictures released six new video clips from A Private War, starring Rosamund Pike as legendary war correspondent Marie Colvin and Jamie Dornan as photojournalist Paul Conroy.
The French film, Les Météorites / Meteorites and the Chinese film, Qing Feng De Wei Dao / Breeze, complete the New Directors selection at the 66th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival.
Netflix released the trailer for the Zion, a gripping portrait of Zion Clark, a young wrestler born without legs who grew up in foster care.