A Korean adoptee raised in the United States is forced to confront his past and what it means for his own future and his family’s when he unexpectedly faces deportation.
Watch the railer for the sci-fi thriller film The Colony (previously titled “Tides”), starring Nora Arnezeder, Sarah-Sofie Boussnina.
JOHN AND THE HOLE Trailer. Charlie Shotwell, Michael C. Hall Star in Coming-of-Age Thriller Opening in August
The coming-of-age thriller film John and the Hole stars Charlie Shotwell, Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Ehle.
BEHIND THE ATTRACTION Trailer. – Disney+ Series Gives Viewers an Exclusive “behind the curtain” Peek
“Behind the Attraction” delves into Disney Parks’ rich, amazing history using archival and never-before-seen footage and photographs.
THROUGH OUR EYES Trailer. Sesame Workshop’s HBO Max Docuseries Spotlights the Perspectives of Children
Through Our Eyes spotlights the perspectives of children as they experience some of the most challenging issues facing families today.
Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival 2021 Unveils Competition Lineup + 30th Anniversary Screening of Thelma & Louise
Attendees will enjoy a 30th anniversary screening of Thelma & Louise at the 2021 Bentonville Film Festival.
Narrated by Emmy Award winner Jeff Daniels, “9/11: Inside the President’s War Room” recounts the 12 hours after the strike.
A struggling actor, Michael, dies right after a bad breakup, awakening to a singles Purgatory where he must find his soul mate in order to cross over to the other side.
The SCAD Savannah Film Festival will return return for its 24th edition, as in-person and virtual event in October 2021.
The film traces Hitler’s movements, his rise to power and the scenes of his crimes.
Armed with just a mobile phone and a gun, they risk their lives trying to save Yazidi women and girls being held by ISIS as Sabaya (sex slaves).
The Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, and the Overlook Film Festivals team up again to present the 2nd NIGHTSTREAM festival.
PRAY AWAY Trailer. Survivors and ex-Leaders Expose “conversion therapy” and “pray the gay away” Movement
Survivors and ex-leaders of the “conversion therapy” movement speak out about its harm to the LGBTQ+ community in Pray Away.
Starring Nicole Schalmo, Jack Campbell, Dominic Stone, and Kenneth Trujillo, Risen is the latest addition to the “viral outbreak” genre.
What We Left Unfinished looks closely at the era of state-funded Afghan filmmaking during the country’s Communist era.
BARBARA LEE: SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER’ Abby Ginsberg’s Inspiring Documentary on Congresswoman Sets August Release Date [Trailer]
Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth To Power, Abby Ginsberg’s inspiring documentary of Congresswoman will be released in theaters nationwide.
IFC Films will release Peter Strickland’s latest film, Flux Gourmet starring Asa Butterfield, Gwendoline Christie and Ariane Labed.
She Ball follows Avery Watts (played by Nick Cannon), a single father who lost his NBA dreams to gang violence.
Munich Film Festival 2021 Awards. ONLY THE ANIMALS, NIGHT OF THE KINGS and TRANS – I GOT LIFE Win Top Prizes
Trans – I Got Life by Imogen Kimmel and Doris Metz wins the Audience Award at the 38th Filmfest München.
WHIRLYBIRD Trailer. Sundance Doc Looks at Husband-and-Wife Helicopter News Duo who Covered LA’s Historic Events
LA’s husband-and-wife helicopter news duo Marika and Zoey Tur (known then as Bob) recount their career in the documentary Whirlybird.
The new comedy film Ride the Eagle starring Jake Johnson, Susan Sarandon, J.K. Simmons and D’Arcy Carden opens in theaters on July 30, 2021
The film is based on actual transcripts of interviews between FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier and the incarcerated Ted Bundy,.
THE VIEWING BOOTH, Provocative Doc on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Explores How Truth Can Be in the Eye of the Beholder
Israeli filmmaker Ra’anan Alexandrowicz’s provocative new documentary on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, “The Viewing Booth,” opens at MoMi.
New Zealand Film COUSINS by Māori Filmmakers Ainsley Gardiner and Briar Grace-Smith Premieres on Netflix
Cousins follows three Māori cousins- Mata, Missy and Makareta – who lead separate lives, yet are bound together forever.