Bosnian-Herzegovinian Film Festival in NYC announced the 2020 lineup including Ines Tanović ‘s The Son and Nermin Hamzagić’s Full Moon.
This year’s 2020 Imagine Science Film Festival kicks off with the documentary “Picture a Scientist” exploring the cases of three leading women scientists who overcome brutal harassment and institutional discrimination.
Murder on Middle Beach directed by Madison Hamburg, presents his journey to solve an unspeakable crime – his mother’s murder.
Six nominees announced for the European Discovery 2020 – Prix FIPRESCI, awarded to a director for a first full-length feature film.
Glimmerglass Film Days in Cooperstown, NY, will present a virtual film festival in November, opening with the Icelandic Film The Seer and the Unseen
“Night Rain,” the indie thriller from Jeanne Marie Spicuzza, Seasons & a Muse will make its festival debut at the 16th LA Femme Film Festival.
Powerful and provocative, American Selfie: One Nation Shoots Itself raises critical questions about the stark divisions in how Americans feel.
“The Comeback Trail,” “Francesco,” and “Ancient Caves” Headline 35th Fort Lauderdale Film Festival Lineup
The 35th Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival Centerpiece film is the extraordinary documentary film Francesco on Pope Francis.
Cucalorus Film Festival unveiled a full lineup of 95 films, in a hybrid format of online and drive-in movie screenings over fifteen days.
Dominican Film Festival in New York City will hold its ninth edition online, opening October 20 with the U.S. Premiere of “Cabarete.”
Docuseries “By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times of Godfather of Harlem” Featuring Forest Whitaker, Sets Epix Premiere Date
The docuseries By Whatever Means Necessary: The Times of Godfather of Harlem featuring interviews with Forest Whitaker, Giancarlo Esposito will premiere on EPIX in November.
“Once Upon a Time in Venezuela” – Documentary X-ray of Venezuela, Screens at Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival
Once Upon a Time in Venezuela directed by Venezuelan filmmaker Anabel Rodriguez, screens at the 2020 Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival.
Martin Eden, the sweeping romantic epic based on Jack London’s classic novel, opens October 16 in virtual cinemas and select physical cinemas.
My Summer as a Goth is a coming-of-age story about the sometimes painful – often entertaining – search for identity and love in adolescence.
July Rising won Best Narrative Feature and Liyana took Best Documentary Feature at the 4th Deep in the Heart Film Festival in Waco, Texas.
The new documentary Madness in the Hills, marking Rob Lowe’s documentary directorial debut, will premiere on Peacock on Friday, October 9th
IFC Midnight will release writer-director Keith Thomas’ feature debut, The Vigil, a supernatural horror film with a Hasidic Jewish twist.
The comedic short “Jersey”, written by Margaret M. Spirito and directed by and starring Lisa Ann Walter will screen at the 16th LA Femme International Film Festival.
Documentary CONNECTING THE DOTS, Where Youth Take on the Subject of Mental Health, Hosts Virtual Global Community Screening
From filmmaker Noemi Weis comes the documentary Connecting the Dots, where youth take on the subject of mental health, in their own words.
Regina King’s powerful directorial debut One Night in Miami… will kick off this year’s 33rd Virginia Film Festival program of more than 50 films.
29th Philadelphia Film Festival Unveils Lineup – HERSELF, BANKSY MOST WANTED, SYLVIE’S LOVE and More
29th Philadelphia Film Festival will showcase 90+ of the most critically acclaimed films including HERSELF, BANKSY MOST WANTED, SYLVIE’S LOVE.
After the 55th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival was canceled due to the coronavirus, the festival will hold a special Karlovy Vary IFF 54 ½ in the Fall.
Hulu lands untitled “WeWork” documentary chronicling the meteoric rise and fall of WeWork and the company’s founder Adam Neumann.
Watch the trailer for The German Lesson which premiered at the 2019 Zurich Film Festival and set for digital release on November 6th.