Drive My Car won the top awards from the Toronto Film Critics Association including Best Picture and Best International Film.
BEANS Trailer. Tracy Deer’s Coming-of-age Story of a Mohawk Girl Debuts in Theaters in November
Directed by Mohawk filmmaker Tracey Deer, Beans debuts in select theaters and on demand on November 5th.
Canadian Drama BEANS by Tracey Deer Opens in November [Teaser]
Beans, the coming-of-age indie drama directed by Mohawk filmmaker Tracey Deer stars Kiawentiio, a young Mohawk from the Akwesasne community.
30th Heartland Film Festival Announces Lineup with King Richard, Spencer, Belfast, The French Dispatch among Event Films
Event films include Cinema Event featuring Director Paolo Sorrentino’s “The Hand of God.”
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.
Riz Ahmed to be Honored at Provincetown Film Festival + Fest Unveils Full Lineup
Riz Ahmed will receive the Excellence in Acting Award at the 2021 Provincetown International Film Festival.
Cine Las Americas Film Festival 2021 Announces Feature Film Lineup
Cine Las Americas International Film Festival 2021 announced the feature films including Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It on opening night.
Minneapolis St. Paul Intl Film Festival 2021 Reveals Lineup of 180+ Films with Questlove’s SUMMER OF SOUL as Opener
Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival will launch with a special outdoor screening of documentary SUMMER OF SOUL (…or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised), directed by Questlove.
‘There Is No Evil’ and ‘Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America’ Win top Awards at Seattle Intl Film Festival 2021
There Is No Evil and Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America won the Golden Space Needle Audience Awards at the 47th Seattle International Film Festival.
Maryland Film Festival Announces 2021 Lineup, Closes with Lissette Feliciano’s ‘Women Is Losers’
Directed by filmmaker Lissette Feliciano, Women Is Losers is a feminist coming-of-age drama set in 1960s San Francisco.
20th Ashland Independent Film Festival Releases Full Lineup of 100 Indie Films
The live festival in June launches with the Northwest premiere of Fanny: The Right to Rock, about the three Filipina American teens who formed the ferocious, pioneering California rock group Fanny in 1969.
2021 Seattle International Film Festival Announces Lineup, Opens with THE DRY Starring Eric Bana
The 2021 Seattle International Film Festival will open with the world premiere of Australian director Robert Connelly’s new film The Dry starring Eric Bana.