The 13th Cine Las Americas International Film Festival announces the winners of the five categories of its jury competition: Best First or Second Narrative Feature, Best Narrative Short, Best Documentary Feature, Best Documentary Short, and Hecho en Tejas. The Festival also recognizes the winners of Audience Awards. The 2010 Best Narrative Feature Film is Mal dia para pescar (Bad Day to Go Fishing) by Director Alvaro Brechner. La tierra sin mal (The Land of No Evil) directed […]
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Kino Lorber will release Epicentro, a richly textured portrait of the resilient people of Cuba directed by documentarian Hubert Sauper.
Historical Documentary AMERICA’S LAST LITTLE ITALY: THE HILL Premieres at St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
The historical documentary America’s Last Little Italy: The Hill on the St. Louis neighborhood will debut online at the 20th St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.
Cinema Eye Honors Announces 2018 Audience Choice, Heterodox, Broadcast, Unforgettables and Nonfiction “Shorts List”
The Cinema Eye Honors unveiled the first awards announcements for their 12th Annual awards, including The Unforgettables, their annual list of notable and significant nonfiction film subjects;
Giant (Handia) will open the fifth annual The Americas Film Festival of New York (TAFFNY)
2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival Announces African Cinema Program and Films In Competition
The 2011 Palm Springs International Film Festival announced today a new program highlighting African Cinema as well as films selected to compete for the FIPRESCI Award, New Voices/New Visions Award and John Schlesinger Awards. The Festival will screen 40 of the 65 official submissions to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for Best Foreign Language Film. The Festival will announce its complete line-up of films next week. “Our African films showcase reflects our […]
The coronavirus is having a devastating impact on film festivals. San Francisco and RiverRun International Film Festivals have canceled.
AN UNEXPECTED LOVE and World Premiere of DAYS OF LIGHT Bookend 2019 AFI Latin American Film Festival Lineup
The 2019 AFI Latin American Film Festival will take place September 12 to October 2 and showcase 53 films, nearly 40% of the films are directed by women.
The indie thriller TEJANO is the story of Javi, a South Texas farmhand who lives and works alongside his grandfather, Arturo.
Today TIFF announced the 12 selected participants in this year’s TIFF Writers’ Studio.
Zoe Hopkins’ Family-Adventure Drama, ‘KAYAK TO KLEMTU’ Heads to Cannes Film Festival Marché du Film [Trailer]
Canadian Heiltsuk/Mohawk filmmaker Zoe Hopkins’ family adventure, ‘Kayak to Klemtu’ is a story about a grieving family who kayaks to the island of Klemtu, only to find that true adventure is with each other.
Fantastic Fest announced the first wave of programming for the seventh edition happening September 22-29, 2011 in Austin, Texas. This batch of 20 films spans the globe from Japan, Belgium, Mexico, Russia, Hong Kong, Korea and of course the USA. “Fantastic Fest is the high-point of my year. Every year old friends return and strangers become friends. Fantastic Fest is my extended dysfunctional family; each of us completely obsessed by the wildest and weirdest films […]
Tribeca Film and ESPN have partnered to present the Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival which will premiere on video-on-demand (VOD) beginning June 23, 2011, through August 25, 2011. The Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival On Demand lineup of titles cover a wide spectrum of sports, including: CATCHING HELL, from director Alex Gibney, about baseball’s most famous scapegoats; TURKEY BOWL, a narrative feature about a group of friends that get together every year for the time,-honored tradition of […]
Juan José Campanella’s The Weasel’s Tale won the Audience Choice Award for Best Feature at the 36th Chicago Latino Film Festival.
Miami Film Festival unveiled the first titles in its line-up for the 7th Miami Film Festival GEMS, which will be held virtually this year.
Ephraim Asili’s The Inheritance, a powerfully dynamic hybrid film, opens the Currents lineup for the 58th New York Film Festival.
The 20th Annual St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase makes its virtual premiere today July 10-19th. The festival will feature over 56 short films, documentary shorts, master classes, and feature films.
The 2020 Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase screens works that were shot in the St. Louis region or made by St. Louis-area residents.
The 28th Pan African Film Festival will open with “HERO: Inspired by the Extraordinary Revolutionary Life and Times of Diplomat and Judge Ulric Cross.”
The 2020 Final Girls Berlin Film Festival revealed the lineup of horror films written directed, and/or produced by women and non-binary filmmakers.
Locarno Film Festival announced the featured films selected for the Black Light Retrospective – an unprecedented overview of Black film in the 20th century.
DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary festival, returns for its ninth edition with 135 feature-length documentaries among over 300 films and events overall.
After screening 333 short films, the 2018 Palm Springs International ShortFest, the largest short film festival and only short film market in North America, announced its Festival award winners
2018 Human Rights Watch Film Festival to Showcase 15 Films – 12 Directed by Women, Opens with ON HER SHOULDERS
This year’s Human Rights Watch Film Festival will showcase 15 timely and provocative documentary and narrative works, screening June 14 to 21, 2018 in New York City.