Film Independent announced the winners of its four filmmaker grants at the annual Spirit Awards Nominee Brunch.
The Lighthouse and Uncut Gems lead the nominations for the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards with 5 nominations each, followed by Give Me Liberty with 4 nominations.
American Factory and Apollo 11 lead 2020 Cinema Eye Honors nominations with 5 apiece, including Outstanding Nonfiction Feature.
The 20th Woodstock Film Festival came to a close with the annual Maverick Awards Ceremony where the top jury prizes went to Swallow, 17 Blocks, and Seneca.
Sound of Metal by Darius Marder was awarded the Golden Eye for Best International Feature Film at the 15th Zurich Film Festival.
Heartland International Film Festival Reveals 2019 Lineup – A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD to Open Fest
The Heartland International Film Festival announced the official selections for its 28th edition, with Marielle Heller’s Tom Hanks’ starrer A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD as the Opening Night Gala film,
Shia LaBeouf’s HONEY BOY and Scarlett Johansson’s MARRIAGE STORY Bookend Woodstock Film Festival 20th Anniversary Lineup
The Woodstock Film Festival will celebrate its landmark 20th Anniversary with more than 50 feature films from around the world; opening with Honey Boy, and closing with Marriage Story.
Traverse City Film Festival released the 2019 program marking the 15th Anniversary Year with a “Cinema Saves The World” theme, and featuring over 200 films and events
The documentary competition at the 54th Karlovy Vary IFF will feature eight world and three European premiere including Todd Douglas Miller’s Apollo 11 and Davy Rothbart ‘s 17 Blocks.
The 5th Mammoth Lakes Film Festival announced the juried and audience award winners with the top jury awards going to A Great Lamp and 17 Blocks.
AFI DOCS revealed its full slate of films for the 2019 festival with women dominating selections. This year’s Centerpiece film will be AMERICAN FACTORY, directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert
Burning Cane, directed and written by teen filmmaker Phillip Youmans won the top honor at the 18th Tribeca Film Festival.